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Superb 87% rated full music package 

Unique to Amiga Format, 
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Making music has never been easier than 
with SuperJam. Try this fully-working version 
of Blue Ribbon's powerful song creation tool! 



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Cannon Fodder in this crazy 
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REVIEWED: Frontier - Elite II, 
Alien Breed 2, Cannon Fodder, 
Hired Guns, Settlers, F117A 
PIRACY: Crime & punishment 
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I here it is, merry Christmas, every 

body sing along... with our fabulous 

SuperJam! Coverdisk that is! welcome 

to the biggest, most packed issue of 

the year. Here's what's in it... 








Take a first look at *94's 
major new package. 



Wordworth 3 

We take an exclusive first look at one of the Amiga's top applications. 

Sold Gold games bundle! 

SDL are about to release the greatest games bundle ever. 

AMOS will go AGA! 

We exclusively reveal Francois Lionet's plans for AMOS. 



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Edit Mate 



170 



Make light work of your home video editing with CamLink's new 
mid-priced editing system. 



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Money Matters 3 

It's all change for Digita's Home Accounts. A new name, and new 
features. Is it better than before? 




Magic Lantern 



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This handy device can help you make 
professional looking videos. p 170 



Turn a series of still images into an animation with this new utility. 

One-Stop Music Shop 180 

Can you really put four synthesisers in your Amiga and be able to 
control them all with ease? A musician's dream... 



Montage 

Create video titles in stunning 24-bit colour. 



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A1200 Expansions 

Discover the latest delights to fill your trapdoor slot, one just a 
RAM expansion, one with SCSI too. 



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A1 230 Turbo* 190 

Find out just how fast an A1 200 can go with this superb value 
accelerator from Great Valley Products. 

CD compilations 194 

Two more shiny silver discs packed with delights for CDTV and 
A570 owners. 



This may look like a boring piece of cir- 
cuitry, but it makes your A1200 fast, p 190 



Craft 



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Can this language extension give AMOS the power to fight back 
against the Blitz 2 onslaught? 



Printers 



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Star and Panasonic's two new offerings in the Amiga output stakes. 





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Public Domain 

Back Issues/Subscriptions 

Mail Order 

Workbench 

Blitz Basic 2 tutorial 

Imagine 2.0 tutorial 

Letters 

Next month 



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the PD scene, faces like this appear! p 218 



Christmas number one. 

The AFteam make our predictions 
for the Xmas top spot. 

Frontier- Elite II 

Cyberpunks 

Hired Guns 

Magic Boy 

F-117ANighthawk 

Cannon Fodder 

Turrican 3 

The Settlers 

Prime Mover 

Jetstrike 

Kingmaker 

Rules of Engagement 

When Two Worlds War 



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Is it just another Lemmings rip off, or is Settlers bring 
you gameplaying relief - fast! 



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Become a music maestro! 



Making music has never been easier 

with SuperJam. Try this fully-working version 

of Hue Ribbon's powerful song creation tool' 



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disk. Now it's here, was it worth the wait? 



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Wonder Dog ' 

Seek and Destroy 110 

Body Blows - Galactic 112 

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SuperJam! 



Creating computer music isn't always a 
simple task for the uninitiated. Imagine a 
program that lets you choose some instru- 
ments, pick a style and just jam away. 
That program is SuperJam, and it's on this 
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Cannon Soccer 

Last year's biggest game (see page 50) and 
what is destined to be one of next year's 
get together in one crazy Christmas demo. 
First polish off the Sensible Soccer players, 
then get your guns and complete another 
mission of Cannon Fodder. 




Caffeine 

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Another great blaster written in Blitz Basic 
2. This gravity-defying shoot-em-up 
includes full source code. 




Xap 



A demo of this highly original, totally 
bizarre and completely compelling 
shareware game from Cas Prince. . 



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GETTING STARTED 




Before you do anything else you should be 
aware that this month's Coverdisk will not 
boot directly, so you will have to boot up from 
your normal Workbench disk first. Then simply 
insert your Coverdisk and you are away. 

The Coverdisk also makes use of a library 
called explode. library. If you do not have this 
on your Workbench disk, you will have to copy 
It across. To do this simply open a Workbench 
Shell and type: 

copy AF54a:lib6/exploda. library llba: 

You will have to swap disks a few times and then 
the operation will be complete. 

Disk S4b is 
autobooting, 
so if you 
want to play 
this special 
demo of 
Sensible's 
best shoot- 
em-up, just 
stick disk S4b 

into your drive and turn the machine on, or 

perform a soft reset. 

For more details on how to play the 

Cannon Fodder demo, turn to page 12... 









A seasonal offering of software stunners adorn this month's cover. 
Battle through the three games and then annoy Cranny with SuperJAM! 



ON THIS MONTH'S Coverdisk :>4;» you will 

find a grand total of four things to play around 
wtli -just like Xmas morning. First up is the top- 
notch music package Super/AM!. 

Don't worn if you have no musical knowledge 
.11 all: even if VOU can't tell a metronome from a 
garden gnome, you'll be able to create wonderful 
sounds with this excellent package from the world- 
renowned Blue Ribbon Soundworks! 

Tliis full disk is stored on the Coverdisk in 
comparted format. To decompress the disk you 
must open the disk window and then double-click 
on the Supnjnm! disk's icon. You may be asked to 
insert Workbench again - don't worry. 

When the compressed file is copied to RAM. 
the decompression utility will ask you to insert a 
lil. ink disk into DFO:. the internal disk drive. Do 
iliis and then press Return. After a while your 
SuftrrJAM! disk will be created. 

To use your SuperJAM! disk, you will have to 
boot from your Workbench disk again. 

Also on the disk you will find two more com- 
parted files which will decompress on to whole 
disks. One of these is XAP, an excellent and origi- 



nal game which pits voui craft ag.imM alien blobb) 
things bent on destruction. Decompress this disk 
in the same waj m the SuperfAM! dkk above 

The last compressed file on the Coverdisk is 
for a disk containing the ROUfl t for this months 
/*///; Bask column and another excellent game. 
coded entirely in Him. Finally, we have *1*0 
included a drawer on thu disk called Textures*. 

with extra textures for use with fmogbu & 



1 MEG IMAGINE USERS 

Due to circumstances beyond our Intelligence, 
there were a couple of errors In the Preferences 
set-up details in last month's Coverdisk pages. 

Any of you who tried the Preference fixes only 
to be thwarted when trying to quickrender the 
image, please accept our apologies and make the 
following corrections to the type- in. 

The Quickrender preset should Indeed be lo- 
res, but it should appear as "Lores" and not 
"LORES" in the Preferences listing. The second 
error is the output file format which should 
remain unchanged as 'RGBN 12 bit" or can be 
changed to "IFF" for a non-Impulse format file 



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copy of your disk, and this is the 
easy one. Don't be daunted by the 
fact that you need to use 
the Shell or CU: it's actually a lot 
easier than you might think. 
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icon that says Shell or CU and double-click on it. 




When the Shell window appears and the drive light 
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Diskcopy from OFO: to DFO 
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got. Then it will ask you to insert the "Destination' disk. 

Put the disk you want to copy your Coverdisk on to, in 

the drive and press the Return key- Note that the disk 

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If you want to create music in a certain style, then we've just given 
you the tools. SuperJAM is a style-based composition program. Here's 
the lowdown on how the various elements work. 




YOU WANT to make music, huh? 
What kind ot iiiumi ? No problem, just jam some 
chords and we'll do the rest. 

Wouldn't it be nice if this was the case - some- 
one else doing the work of composing while all 
you do is just come up with the idea for the tune? 



SuperJAM! enables you to do just that. You can 
compose in any stvle just by jamming along and 
saving out the results. You can even create your 
own styles and variations. 

Over the next few pages, we will have a look at 
the main editing areas of SuperJAM! so that you 
know exactly what does what. And as you get used 



to the program, you will find new avenues to 
explore, and with the knowledge gleaned from the 
more basic sections, you will be making music in 
next to no time. 

Load up, take this tour through the windows, 
then start experimenting. After all, the best way to 
get the most out of this program is just to jam. 



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This holds all th* main options and 


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CHORDS 


PREFS 1 


editing areas. Just click on an option 


SuperJAM! system. 


Calls up an edit window for you to 


Calls up the preferences window. 


to call up the window. Here is a list 




create your own chords. 




of what the buttons access: 


SONG 




THE EDIT WINDOWS 1 




Displays the song creation window. 


ACCESSORIES 


These are the guts of the system. 


SUPERJAM! 


This is where you arrange all your 


A window containing extra items. 


Through the windows you can cre- 


Gives you access to the filing 


sections into a complete song 


such as the facility to link to Bars & 


ate, edit play and structure songs 


options, creating a new song, dis- 


sequence. 


Pipes or ARexx. 


and sections. The windows act like 


playing the info window or quitting 






those in Workbench, with a close 


the program. 


STYLES 


SMTTE 


gadget front and back buttons, a 




Pulls up a window containing the 


Calls up a SMPTE clock for using 


resize gadget and a drag bar. The 


KEYBOARD 


available styles. Click on a style to 


with tape synchronisers (don't 


title bar also shows the main win- 


Calls up the keyboard control win- 


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THE KEYBOARD WINDOW 



This is the main control area for SuperJAM! From here you can call up styles, play chords and melodies 
and access all the detailed editing windows. The menu bar (accessed using the right mouse button) 
enables you to load and save data, reset the settings, store defaults and select what chords to play. 



INSTRUMENT METERS - The 
instrument meters are useful 
for showing LED-type bars to 
display the level of a given 
instrument's activity. 



KEY - Use the up and 
down arrows to 
change the hey to be 
played In. The 
default key fs C). 



BAND -Ca 
the band 
instrumenta- 
tion window 
with this. 



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Used to call 
up the sec- 
tion editor 
window. 



P1AY- 

Click to 
play and 
click again 
to stop. 



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STYLE 

SELECTORS - 
Use these to 
play and com* 
pose in the 
chosen style. 



ERASER • Use 
this to delete 
information 
with the 
mouse. 



FACE - A happy 
face meant you 
will play In a 
major chord; a 
sad face means 
minor chords. 



KEYBOARD * Click on the 
keyboard with the point- 
er and the note (or chord) 
will play. If you are creat- 
ing a section or sequence, 
this will be recorded. 



CHORD BOX • To play 
a particular chord in 
the key selected on 
the keyboard click 
on the requisite type 
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MAGIC Wi 
Select this to edit 
existing values. 



PIANO - This toggles 
between Piano (play 
chords) or Sax (play j 
solo melody). 



TEMPO - Adjust the tempo 
with the up and down 
arrows (default is 120 
bpm). 



EMBELLISHMENTS " Add 
one of four grooves (A, B, 
C or D), a fill, a break, an 
intro or an end as you play. 



MIDI INSTRUMENT 
EDIT WINDOW 

This Is where MIDI sounds are selected to play back as a 
member of the 'band'. Instrument set-ups for a number 
of synths can be loaded, or you can create your own synth 
and save ft. 



INSTRUMENT NAME - If a 
MIDI device map is loaded, 
this enables you to select 
an instrument from a list of 
sounds, rather than by 
selecting a number. 



PROGRAM NUMBER SLIDER 
Slide the box or use the 
up/down arrows to call up j 
new instrument* 




VOLUME -> VELOCITY - Turn 
this on and the different 
volumes the band playback 
will be triggered on your 
MIDI instrument as differ- 
ent velocities 



TEST • Plays a MIDI note to 
test a sound. 



BAND INSTRUMENTATION 
WINDOW 

This is where you choose instruments for your band to 
play. Holding the right button allows access to menu func- 
tions such as Load and Save Bands and Drum Maps. 



OCTAVE SHIFT - 
Use this to play 
in a higher or 
lower octave* 



OUTPUT S&fCT * Chooses whether to 
play back Amiga samples or via MIDI. 
When MIDI is selected, the instrument 
name is replaced by a MIDI channel 
number {click on this to choose a dif- 
ferent channel) and program number. 




INSTRUMENT NAME- 
Shows the currently 
selected sample or 
MIDI Instrument 
Click on the sample 
name to select a new 
sound from a menu* 



INSTRUMENT SELECT BUTTONS 
Click on this to call up the 
Sample Edit or MIDI 
Instrument Edit windows 
(depending on the output 
selected). 



MIXING GRID * Used to 
alter the level and pan- 
ning of mn instrument 
in the mix. Each icon 
represents the band 
instrument with the 
same symbol. The verti- 
cal position is the 
volume and the hori- 
zontal position is the 
pan point. 



SAMPLE EDIT WINDOW 



This is where samples are assigned and edited. Using Blue Ribbon's Turbosounds system, you can play 
back more than the usual four notes at once, but the quality does suffer. Using the pull down menus, 
you can carry out most of the edits possible in a sample editing package. 

NOTE BUTTONS - Click on FREEHAND EDIT - Click on D£CAY BUTTONS . LOOP BUTTON * Turns 

this to assign a sample to a this then use the pencil to Set the type of loop mode on or off. 

note. You can actually draw in section of the decay to play at Remember to set your 

assign a different sample waveform on the fly. Useful the end of a loop points before you 

to every note in an octave, for editing out clicks. looped sound. loop a sound. 





OCTAVE ■ Slide this to select an 
octave. It doesn't tune the 
sample, but assigns the octave 
where the sample belongs. 



ZOOM IN - Expands 
the waveform in 
the display. 



200M OUT - Shrinks 
the waveform In the 
display. 



TEST SOUND - 
Plays back the 
sample. 



WAVEFORM DISPLAY - Shows the sample 
waveform for editing. Use the slider to 
show different parts of the waveform. 



REGION EDIT - Selecting this enables 
you to mark out areas for carrying 
out edits via the pulldown menus. 







SECTION EDIT WINDOW 

Clicking on this Icon in the Keyboard window calls 
up the section editor. Before you can create a sec- 
tion, you have to enter a name for the section and 
set Its length in bars. Once this is done the win- 
dow appears. Using the pull-down menus, you can 
load and save sections, alter the length, edit snap- 
shots and alter preferences. They're a bit com- 
plex, but you'll get the hang of them* 

You can enter chords into a section as it plays 



by playing them on the Keyboard window (see 
Keyboard window for more on this) or by clicking 
on the display with the pencil. To enter chords 
with the mouse, select Pencil and click on the 
grey area above the measure numbers. This will 
bring up a window for you to enter the required 
chord on a mini-keyboard. If auto octave or auto 
chord aren't selected, you'll have to choose them 
from a menu to enter a chord. 



1 PENCIL -Enables you 
to enter data using the 
mouse. 

2 WAND - Click on data 
already entered to 
change the values. 

3 HAND - Use this to 
grab data entered and 
move It. 

4 DUPLICATOR * Works 
like the Hand, except it 
copies the data. 

5 ERASER Used to 



remove data with the 
mouse. 

6 STYLE - Each section 
can have its own style. 
Click to call up a menu 
to select a new style. 
? KEY - Use the arrows 
to play the section in a 
new key. 

• FACE - Make it happy 
to play in a major 
scale or sad in minor. 
9 TEMPO - Adjust the 



tempo for a particular 
section here. 

10 ZOOM IN/OUT- 
Expand or contract the 
bar display. 

11 BAND * Each section 
can have an individual 
band. Use this to call 
up the Band Instru- 
mentation window. 

12 SONG - Use this to 
call up the Song Edit 
window, where all the 



sections are formed 
into a complete song. 

13 PLAY FROM 
BEGINNING* Click and 
the section will play 
from the start. 

14 PLAY -Click on this 
to play, then click 
again to stop. 

15 SNAPSHOT* 
Clicking this stores the 
most recent version of 
the section. 



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INSTRUMENT SNAPSHOT EDIT- 
Click on an instrument's icon to 
call up the Snapshot window for 
that instrument where precise 
edits can be made to sections 



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This grey area is 
where chords 
and fill data are 

entered with the 



saved using the Snapshot feature, mouse. 



SECTION BLOCKS - These show 
the playback status of each 
instrument in a section. Click 
on blocks to mute or unmute 
them. Any blocks surrounded 
by a box are muted. 



LOCK BARS - If you 
like certain bars of 
a section, but not 
others, you can lock 
the ones you want 
to keep using them. 



SONG EDIT WINDOW 

This is where you construct your sections into a finished 
song* Use the pull-down menus to load and save songs and 
enter the Section Editor for the currently selected section. 



PLAY FROM PLAY . Click here to play a song 

BEGINNING * Plays a from where you stopped. Click 
song from the start, again to stop playing. 



PENCIL - Use 
this to add 
new sections 
to a song. 




WAND ■ Select 
this then click 
on a section 
to bring up 
the section 
editor 



HAND - Use 
this to move 
sections 
around within 
a song. 



MEASURE 
INDICATOR - Shows 
the current posi- 
tion of the song (in 
bars). 

RECORO - By select* 
ing this and 
pressing Play, any 
melody line you 
record using the 
keyboard window 
will be recorded as 
part of the song. 

ERASER* Used to 
remove sections 
from a song. 

DUPLICATOR - 
Select this then 
drag a section (like 
using the hand) to 
copy a section to 
another part of the 
song. 



SONG EDITING AREA - 
This is where the sec* 
tions are created, 
displayed and moved 
about. 




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THE SNAPSHOT GRID 



STYLE EDIT WINDOW 



This is where the sequences created in the Section Editor are stored. Here you can 
edit the various instrument parts of sections as though using a standard 
sequencer You can even paste in sections from Bars & Pipes Professional using 
the special Clipboard feature. 

Note that when you edit drums, the drum sounds mre listed on the left, rather 
than piano-roll notes. You can edit the sounds for a particular key by clicking on 
Edit and selecting a new sound on the window that pops up. 



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copy notes and drag 



them elsewhere. 

6 ERASER - Used to 
delete notes from the 

grid. 

7 BAND - Calls up the 
Band Instrumentation 
window - just in case 
you want a new sound. 

8 PLAY Click to play. 
click again to stop. 

9 ZOOM IN/OUT - Zoom 
in to the grid or pull 
back for a wider view. 



10 OTHER PLAYI 
Click on one of these to 
open the Snapshot Grid 
of another instrument. 
This will close the cur- 
rent window unless 
Multiple Grids is 
selected in the 
Preferences menu. 



By double clicking on a style or selecting New from the pull-down menu in the 
Style window, you can create and edit playing styles. By selecting a pattern then 
an instrument you open the Pattern Grid for editing a pattern in the style. The 
patterns for a style are listed in the Pattern Panel to the left of the window. 

Following the pattern names are the length (in bars) and some specialist set 
tings. These are (from left to right): W - use pattern on measures with chord only 

INSTRUMENTS -Click on 
these to edit the pattern 
details for that particular 

instrument. 













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of your pattern here. H. 0. I. F. B and E on the Pattern Window 



PATTERN GRID 



This is where patterns Mre created and edited for use in a style. When you first 
create a pattern in a style, you have to enter the root chord, scale and chord type 
In a window before you start. 

The editor works pretty much the same as the Snapshot Grid, with a few 



VARIATION 
CHOICE - This 
calls up the 
Variations 
window, 
which enables 
you to limit 
the variations 
introduced in 
a pattern. It 
takes a fair 
bit of musical 
knowledge, 
though. 



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'improvise', it can get out of hand. Select this 
then apply it to notes to get them to play no 
matter what the variations tell the pattern to 



VARIATIONS - 
Each pattern 
can have 16 
variations. 
Click on a 
variation to 
edit that par* 
ticular one. 
Use Solo to 
select just one 
or All to 
select all of 
them. 







Building a song in SuperJAM 

The SuperJAM structure enables you to work in just about any way you wish. On the other hand you 
can just get straight in and jam along. Here's the basic method for putting together a track. 




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Keyboard window appears. Move the 
sai-shaped pointer to the SuperJAM! 
menu, hold the left button and select 
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thing's nice and blank to start with. 



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some sounds for your band. This is done 
by clicking on the individual Instrument 
pictures to the left of the box and select- 
ing a sound from the menu. Once you've 
~*t some decent sounds* close the box. 




_ Snapshot the section (see last 
step) then click the icon of the instru- 
ment you want to edit. Use the Hand 
(move), Pencil (add), Wand (edit) and 
Duplicator (copy) to make any changes 
on the grid. Close when you're happy. 




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tune (click the piano icon to play a solo 
and mess choose styles on the left until 
you're happy). To start making a song, 
click on Section, enter the name Intro 
and set It to about four bars in length. 




Chorus, Middle-eight and a climactic 
ending, then go to the Song window by 
clicking on Song in the Quick Strip. The 
above window should appear. Now you 
can move sections around, copy them or 
delete them to arrange the song. 



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top of the grey strip. Move slightly 
below this (level with the numbers) and 
place a Fill on bar 1 and a Break on bar 3. 
That should give you a respectable Intro 
(if your chords sound all right). 




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case). Click on the record (R) button, then 
elide on Play. You can now jam along on 
the Keyboard window to add a melody 
line to your song. Once it's finished, save 
out your completed masterpiece. 



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Sensible Soccer versus 

Cannon Fodder in this crazy 

Christmas combination from the 

inimitable Sensible Software 



There is snow in the air and the 

land is filled with the spirit of 

Christmas as Sensible Soccer 

and cannon Fodder characters 

celebrate the brotherhood 

of man. well, actually, they try 

to kill each other, but it was a 

nice thought for a moment. 



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mangling And totally exclusive levels of Sensible Software's laiesi violently strairgi< OUting, Cannon 
Fodtler? We < ouldn'l think ol anything more warmingl) seasonal than pressing a mouse- button to unleash 
lien* death on several blood-lusting encmv monsters, so here's the plot... 

You are in command of four Likely-lftokjng m topers. Your task is [0 destm\ everything in sight - 
buildings, helicopters, people - in order to cle.u these two sno\wl\ wonderful, KBSOturit) adjusted levels 

of the enemy scum that infests them. 

Couldn't be easier. Well, it could. It could be a great deal easier. In fact, most oJ the games you've 
evei seen are a great deal simpler than this. But boy oh bov. is u fan! Read the following instructions 
carefully before ploughing straight in. or vou'll lie sorry. And a hig "Bah! Humbug!" to all of you... 



HOW TO MOVE ABOUT... AND KILL THINGS... 



Cannon Fodder is entirely mouse-controlled 
- this gives it the really easy control system 
that you now see displayed here. 

RIGHT BUTTON: fire guns. Spray fire 
by moving the mouse around. 

LEFT BUTTON: walk - keep the mouse 
pointer as far ahead as you can, the 
guys will follow it. You can also pick 
up rockets and grenades by leading 




your men to them and then clicking on the 
object with the Left Button held down. 

HOLD DOWN RIGHT BUTTON AND THEN PRESS 
LEFT BUTTON to throw grenades or fire rockets. 
Make sure to position the sight over the target 
and away from yourself. 

IP] KEY pauses the game. Which can be useful to 
give yourself a chance to think and work out 
just what's going on. 



GAGGLES OF GROUPS 

Now here's a handy tip. Just 
because you've got four soldiers in 
one group doesn't mean that you 
can't split them up and deploy 
them over the terrain. All you 
need do is click on one or two of 
the names in the top left panel so 
that it is highlighted. Then click on 
the badge over the names (the 
snake, the bird, the panther). This 
will then split your troops. You are 
in control of the lighter coloured 
box. While you're away, the other troops will 
stay where they are and look after them- 
selves. To rejoin the whole squad, simply 

move one of the 
sections into the 
other. This is a 
useful tactic for 
exploring - 
sending one 
chap is better 
than wasting the 
entire group. 





THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT 

Below are just a few of the elements that you will chance upon as you wend your merry way through the snowy landscapes and winter wonderlands that 
your commanding officer has decided should be the place of your ultimate victory or doom... 

1 This is a 'friendly' gun - well, it's not manned by the bad guys, anyway. This means that you can 
climb into it and start shooting by laying into the right mouse button with a vengeance. 

2 This is an enemy gun emplacement. You can tell this by the red light on top (as well as the chappie 
standing next to it). Don't try to get into this one - just blow it up with a grenade or a rocket. 

3 That will leave it looking like this. 

4 An enemy chopper. Once again the red light on the top tells you what you need to know - as if the 
fact that it will be raining bombs on your head won't give you a hint or two. Avoid it at all costs. 





5 Water: don't be afraid of it. Go on, dive in. Fortunately for your lads, you can fire at the enemy 
when submerged up to your necks in icy aqua. But do move fast. 

6 Your grenade and rocket sight. Position this over the chosen target and click both buttons to 
unleash a shower of explosive death. Merry Christmas to ye! 

7 Goalposts. Now, for the sake of keeping excitement levels at the maximum, we are showing you 
the posts at the top of the Land of Hope and Glory level. We don't want to spoil all the secrets, so we 
won't show you what lurks between the posts at the bottom. Take our word for it, it's nastier than 
Peter Shilton In a bad mood. 

8 An enemy hut - you can tell by the door. Your task is to grenade or rocket it so the door disap- 
pears. Fail to do this and the enemy will just keep coming at you. 



LAND OF HOPE AND GLORY 





In the first mission, Land of Hope and Glory, you 
must remember to destroy these huts, avoid the 
helicopter, man the gun, pick up the grenades 
and kill everyone. Why destroy the huts? If you 
don't then enemy soldiers keep emerging from 
them. Here's a tip, though: you only need to 
destroy those huts that have doors. You can tell 



when you've managed to do the job when the 
hut no longer has a door. 

As you can see from the second picture, 
these huts are no longer a danger to the good 
guys. Remember, though, that these dwellings 
cannot be destroyed simply with guns. You've 
got to grenade them from a safe distance. 



IT'S SNOWTIME! 





In the second mission - It's Snowtime! - you have 
to move from the bottom of the screen to the 
top. You do this by swimming through Icy water, 
picking up rockets, shooting enemy troopers and 
knocking off two gun emplacements at the top 



of the screen (first picture). You can only destroy 
these with grenades or rockets, so don't waste 
them. Once you've overcome that problem, try- 
ing to blow the hell out of a helicopter could be 
a good idea. Or maybe not. You decide. 



TOOLS OF THE TRADE 

Handy and useful tools of the trade. On the right 
you can see a bucket full of green stuff which is 
in fact a bucket of rockets and a packing case 
which is simply, erm, packed with hand grenades. 
The illustrations bottom right show (left) four 
grenades ready for use (just click on the grenade 
icon) and (right) 10 rockets ready for use - just 
click on those as well. To fire either rockets of 
grenades, hold down the right mouse button and 
then click the left one. Make sure that you're at a 




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safe distance when 
loosing either rock- 
ets of grenades or 
you'll kill yourself. 
Hint: on the LoHaG 
level, go to the 
left and right of 
the screen before 
descending the 
slope to find rock- 
ets and grenades. 



An original shoot-em-up 




always register for even more mayhem. 

An excellent, if somewhat confusing, share- 
ware shoot-em-up by Cas Prince. The story line: 
those nasty Gidrahs are attacking your planet 
and you have been given command of a purple 
sphere which fires bullets and smart bombs. 
You are the last hope for Xap... 

Ahem. You've got to pilot your purple 
sphere around shooting the baddies while 
leaving the goodies alone. The goodies are the 
little flat purple ones with the eyes, and the 
baddies are everything else. 

When you first start a level, your ship will 
take a few seconds to appear. You can control 
where it will appear by moving the mouse 
pointer. You shoot by pressing the left mouse 
button, and a stream of bullets will shoot out 
in the direction of the mouse cursor. 

Pressing the right mouse button causes 
the sphere to move towards your cursor. 
Shields are activated by pressing the left shift 
key, and smart bombs by pressing the Ctrl key. 
All this sounds complex, and it is. Just watch 
the intro screen for a fuller explanation, and a 
list of aliens. 





Another Blitz classi 




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Another stonking example of how good Blitz 
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like Anti Grav and Hot Shot to keep you going. 
The on-screen display gives your current energy 
level - collide with too many baddies and you 
have to start all over again - and a little black 
shows the currently held 

controlled by the usual up/down, left/right and 
<Fire> joystick moves or with the keyboard. 



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FABLES A FIENDS- 

LtGENO Of KYAAND4A (NOl2) (1 MEG123 99 

FACE OfF ICE HOCKEY (N012) 9 49 

FANTASTIC WORLDS 

.REALMS PIRATES MEGA LO MANIA 

POPULOUS WONOE&UMC1 p WG) 1*012*23 49 

FIRE 8 *CE 1790 

mST SAMURAI* VEGA L0UANU MQIfl I1M 

FLAWS OF FREEDOM fMiOWINTER 2)10 90 

FLASHBACK (1 MEG) 20 99 

FOOTBALLER OF THE YEAR 2 (NQ12) 8 49 

FORMULA 1 GRANOPRIX „ 1S40 

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GAUNTLET 3(N012) 
GEAR WORKS- 

GHOULS "N GHOSTS 

OLOBDULE- 

GOAL 

GOBLIHNS 3 

GOLF WORLD CLASS LEADERBOARD 

ORAHAM GOOCH WORLD 

CLASS CRICKET (1 MEO 1840 

GRAHAM GOOCH DATA CMSK - 13 90 

GRAHAM TAYLOR S 

SOCCER MANAGER (1 MEG) 11 49 

GRAND PRIX CIRCUS - 9 40 

GUNSHiP2000(1 WO 2299 

HARLEQUIN 17 40 

HEADOVERHEELS 7 99 

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mE»MOALLl1 MEGMN012) 

HEROOUEST • DATA OfSK iN012) 

HEROOUEST2- 

THE LEGACY OF SORASILd MEG) ...1749 

HILL STREET BLUES(N012) 949 

HIRED GUNS (1 MEG) 22 49 

HtSTORYLINE 1914-18 (1 MEG) 22,99 

HOLLYWOOD COLLECTION 
(ROBOCOP.OHOSTBUSTERS2 INDIANA 
JONES ACTION. BATMAN THE MOVIE) &S 

(NOP) . 9.99 

HOOK . 1149 

HUMANS 2(1 MEO)* 20 99 

HUMANS DATA DISK (N012) 10 49 

HUNTER (N012) 7 90 

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INDIANA JONES ADVENTURE 


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INTERNATIONAL RUGBY CHALLENGE 14.99 
INTERNATIONAL SPORTS 

CHALLENGE <NOU) . 10,00 

tSHAfl 2 - LEGIONS OF CHAOS 1 1 MEGp8 40 
rSMA R 2 - LEGIONS OF CHAOS 

.A120C VERSION)- 1809 

IT CAME FROM THE DESERT PLUS 

ANT HEADS DATA DtSK(1 MEG) 14 00 

JACK NICKLAUS GOLF, „, ...,6 49 



JAGUAR XJ220O MEO) 

JAWESPOND 

JAMES POND 2 ROBOCOO 

JIMMY WHITES SNOOKER 

JINXTER(MZSCROLLS) 

JOHN MADDEN S (U Si FOOTBALL 
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840 

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440 

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K240 (UTOPIA }|0 MEO) 

KGB 

KICK OFF 3(1 ME0)(NOl?) 
K1NODOM5 OF GERMANY (1 MEG) ■ 
KINGS QUEST 1 - 
Krr vjcious • 

KNIQHTMARE 

KNIGHTS OP THE SKY (1 MEG) 

KRUSTY S SUPER FUN HOUSE 

LASTNINJA2(NO>2> 

LEGEND (WORLD OF LEGEND) 
LEGENDS <KRfSALtS)(1 MEG)- 
LEGENDS OF VALOURd MEGi 
LEISURE SUIT LARRY | |1 MEG) 

LEMMINGS 2 

LEMMINGS DATA DISK - OH NO* 
LINKS 1WE CHALLENGE Of 
GOLF it MEGi- 

UO04HCART 

LOMBARD RAC RAUY 
LORD OF THE RINOS 
LORD OF THE RINOS 2 
TWO TOWERS (I MEG) 

LOST VIKINGS 

LOTUS 3 
(N012) 



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949 

1049 

10 99 

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799 

1140 
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19 99 
THE FINAL CHALLENGE |1 MEO) 

1049 



LOTUS TURBO CHALLENGE 2 (NOl 2) >>9» 
LURE OF THE TEMPTRESS (1 MEG) 10 49 
M1 TANK PLATOON 11 MEG) 1140 

MAGIC BOY- 17 99 

MAGIC WORLDS 

(STORM MASTER. DRAGONS BREATH 
CRYSTALS OF ARBOREA) (N012) 10 49 

MAGK:tANSCA5TLE(t MEGI- 20 40 

MAN UTD PREMIER LEAGUE 
CHAMPIONS (1 MEO)* 10 40 

MANCHESTER UWTED .0 40 

MANIAC MANSION (N0 12) 1049 

MICRO MACHINES- 10 99 

M)CROPROSE 3DOOCFO MEG) 12 99 

M#G29(t MEGi 1049 

WvnUrvti ■ ■ ISi^V 

MORTAL KOMBAT(l MEG)- 20 99 

MR NUTZ(A1200 VERSION)- 19 49 

NEW ZEALAND STORY (N012) 7*9 

NlCKFALOOSOOLF 2140 

NICKVBOOM2 ISM 

NIGEL MANSELL 8 WORLD 

CHAMPSHIP(IMEO) 1S99 

NIGEL MANSELL S WORLD CHAMP SHIP 

(A12O0 VERSION) 10 99 

NIPPON SAFES (1 MEG) 20 49 



NO SECONO PRIZE 

ONE STEP BEYOND (l MEG) . 

OPERATION STEALTH |NOi2> 

OPERATION WOLF (NOt2) 

OVERDRIVES MEO) 

PANG 

PANZA KICK BOXING (NOlS. 

PATRICIAN (1 MEO) 

PERFECT GENERAL 






16 99 
1499 
11 49 

7.99 

1899 

799 

999 
20 49 
22 99 



PERFECT GENERAL DATA DtSK 14 40 

PERIHELION (1 MEG)- 20 40 

PGA TOUR GOLF . COURSES 10 09 

PCA TOUR GOLF COURSE OtSK < 11 » 
PMBALL DREAMS d MEG) 13 49 

PINBALL FANTASIES 10 49 

PIRATES INOP) 10 49 

PfTFlGHTER 799 

PLAYER MANAGER (N012) 9 49 

POOLS OF DARKNESS , * MB 

POPULOUS A PROMISED LANDS (N012) 10 49 

POPULOUS A SIM CITY 1749 

POPULOU82<1MEO). 

CHALLENGE DATA DISK 22 49 

POPULOUS 2 CHALLENGE 

DATA DISK (1 MEG) 1240 

POWER UP 

(CHASE HO. TURRiCAN x-OUT 

ALTERED BEAST. RAINBOW lSLANOS)14.40 

PREMIER MANAGER (1 MEG) 10 49 

PREMIER MANAGER 2(1 MEG) 16 49 

PREMIERE (1 MEO) 1249 

PRIME MOVER 1999 

PRiNCE OF PERSIA (1 MEG) 7 99 

PRO TENNIS TOUR 3 1249 
PROJECT » (SPECIAL EDITION) |1 MEG) 10 49 
PUOOSY(IMEG)- 20 49 
PUSM-OVER(IMEO) 1749 
PUTTY 1149 
OUEST A GLORY 
IBLOODWVCH MtOWINTER 
CADAVER. BAT)(N012) 1349 
OUESTRON2(SSi)(N012) 5 49 

U»YAft • t 99 

R-TVPE(N017> 7 09 

RAILROAD TYCOON <t MEG) 1440 

RAINBOW COLLECTION 
(BUBBLE BOBBLE RAINBOW ISLANDS, 



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RALLY (1 MEO)- 

AAVING MAD 

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RICK DANGEROUS (N012) 

ROADRASH 

ROBIN HOOO LEGEND OUEST ll( 

ROBOCOD AEG (At 200 VERSiON> 

ROBOCOP2 

ROBOCOP3(N012) 

ROLLING RONNY(N012) 

HOME 11 UEG) 

RORKES DRIFT - 

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ZOOL (A120Q VERSION, 

ZOOL 111 MEG) 



SABRE TEAM (A12O0 VERSION) • 
SCRABBLE (US GOLD) 
SECOND SAMURAI i" MEGi- 
SECRET OF MONKEY 1SLAN0 (1 MEG) 12 99 
SECRET OF MONKEY ISLAND 2<l MEG) 24 49 
SENSIBLE SOCCER i 92'"93 SEASON) 11.49 
SHAOOWOPTHE8EAST2iWfTH T-SHIRT) 949 
SHADOW OF THE BEAST J 19 99 

SHAOOWLANOS- 940 

SHADOWORLDS(N012| 0.09 

SHOOT* EM UP CONSTRUCTION KIT <N012) 09 

SHUTTLE!! MEG) 1749 

SILENT SERVICE 2(1 MEO) (NOP) 14 49 

SIM CITY DELUXE 

(SIM CITY FUTURE CITIES A TERRAIN 

EDITOR) 22 99 

SIM LIFE (A1200 VERSION) - 22 99 

SIMON THE SORCERER ( 1 MEO) 2249 

SIMON THE SORCERER f Ai 200 VERSION) 28 49 

SLEEPWALKER 1390 

SMASH TV 7 00 

SOCCERKJD 1090 

SOCCER KIO IAI200 VERSION) • 19 49 

SOUP TREK (THE SEARCH FOR STOCK) -18 99 

SPACE CRUSADE * DATA DISK (NOl2)14 40 

SPACE HULK 20 40 

SPIRIT O* EXCALIBUR<I MEGi (NOP) 49 

SPORTS MASTERS 

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STARBLAOE (N012) 

STARDUST- 

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BATTLEMASTERjd MEG)(NOl2) 2149 

STREETFIGHTER 2 1800 

STRIKER (1 MEO) .1040 

STUART PEARCE S SOCCER SELECTION S 

(KICK OFF 2 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP 
SOCCER MANCHESTER UNITED. 

INTERNATIONAL SOCCER) (N012) 
STUNT CAR RACER (N012) 
SUPER CARS (N012) 
SUPER CARS 3 (NOP) 
SUPER CAULDRON . 
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SWnCHBLADC 2 (NOIZ) 

SWtV(NOP) 

SYNDICATE (1MCO) 22 40 

TEPM1PUTOR2- 20 90 

TFX (A12O0 VERSION) • 22W 

THE BLUE 4 THE GREV (1 MEG)- 10 90 

THE LOST TREASURES OF INFOCOM 1 
(20 CLASSIC INFOCOM TEXT 

A0VENTURE5KNO12I 20 99 

THE SETTLERS* 23 49 

THEATRE OF DEATH- 20 49 

THUNDERHAWK . 1009 

TITUS THE FOX 9 49 

TORNADOI1MBO) 2149 

TRANSARCTrCA 18 49 

t UrHi^«ri . f.Wm 

TURRKIAN2 7 09 

TV SPORTS BOXWO (N012) 1 340 

TV SPORTS FOOTBALL (NOI2) 8 49 

ULTIMA 4 (NOl2l 9.49 

UTOPIA f DATAO*SK 1 1 99 

WONGS - FIELD OF CONQUEST < l MCG)1 1 4B 
VROOM t NOl3) . 1340 

WALKER 1990 

WAR *N THE GULF 10 99 

WAXWORKS (1 MEG) 22 99 

WHENTWO WORLDS WAR (1 MEO* 21« 
WING COMMANDER 1 (1 MEG) 10 40 

WIZ N LIZ - 2049 

WIZ-KIO 17.49 

WONOERDOG- 1449 

WOODVSWORLO 17.99 

WWF WRESTLING (N013) 11 49 

WWF WRESTLING 2(1 MEO) 1749 

XENON2MEOABLA5T 949 

XMASLBMMWGS- 1440 

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ZAK MCKRACKEN (N013) 1049 



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FUN SCHOOL 4(2*5 YRS) 

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FUN SCHOOL SPECIAL PAINT 

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NOOOY S PLAYTME (EDUCATIONAL 

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WORDWORTH 3 




ROBERTS 



you about a recent presentation made by the 
folk at Commodore: the firm's guests were the great and the 
good of the European software development community. The 
idea was to impress upon them the potential of Commodore's 
new generation CD 32 . Remember that fact - K might prove diffi- 
cult to grasp a little later. 

The centrepiece of the get together was a presentation by 
Commodore's UK managing director, David Pleasance. 
Unfortunately, Mr Pleasance had to battle against mumbled con- 
versations and heckling. Even more unfortunately, the sins were 
committed by his boss, Medi Ali, from Commodore US. 

Mr Ali, presumably, was there to add weight to the occasion. 
What he actually brought, according to many of those publishers 
present was a bad attitude, and what he left behind was a very 
nasty taste in the mouth. 

As well as making life difficult for Mr Pleasance by so publicly 
undermining his authority (one publisher told me the exhibition 
was so cringe-worthy that they actually blushed on his behalf at 
one stage), Mr Ali also upset at least one of the publishers (pub- 
lishers who had, remember, been invited to the conference and 
had taken the time and trouble to attend) in a more direct way. 

One of those present asked Mr Pleasance how many A1200s 
had been sold. Although the conference was about CD 32 , the 
question was relevant because the technology in both products is 
so similar that development costs can be shared between the 
two formats. Also, CD drives will be available for the A1200. 

Mr Pleasance, sadly, did not have such basic information to 
hand. But fear not Mr Ali was there to intervene with the perfect 
answer. "The A1200 has sold hundreds and thousands of units 
and that is all you need to know," he informed the audience. 

Right that's that cleared up then. Green light for all those 
Amiga projects. No need to worry about investing time and 
money in a format that has sold hundreds and thousands of 
units. Details such as in which countries these units have been 
sold were not deemed important enough to divulge. It's proba- 
bly a good job, however, as Commodore don't seem to have 
much of a grip on the state of play in some European territories. 

At one stage during the conference, a representative from a 
company called Leader introduced his firm as the Italian distribu- 
tor of CD 32 and revealed that the machine would be shipped in 
the near future "when software support increases". 

Mr Ali seemed rather surprised by this. He was under the 
impression that the CD 32 was already on sate in Italy and was 
most perturbed to learn otherwise. He proceeded to berate the 
poor man from Leader, informing him that if the firm did not get 
CD 32 moving through the channels pretty damn sharpish. 
Commodore could be looking for a new Italian distributor. 

Piss-up and breweries, dear readers, piss-up and breweries. 

There are a number of worrying implications that this charm- 
ing little vignette throws up. The first is the huge question mark 
over the communication skills of a company that doesn't give 
vital sales information to supposed software 'partners'. You also 
have to wonder about the position of a company that claims hun- 
dreds of thousands of sales but then isn't sure of where its 
machines have or haven't been launched. 

If s also rather worrying that Commodore found out about 
the Italian cock-up In such a public forum and then felt no qualms 
about having an extremely public row about it. But above and 
beyond all this, is the attitude that underlies the comment "hun- 
dreds and thousands of units and that is all you need to know". 

Commodore need as much support from as many publishers 
as possible. You wouldn't have guessed it from the attitude of 
this particular charm school drop out It's important to point out 
that building bridges with the software community has been a 
speciality of Commodore UK for some years. The current boss, Mr 
Pleasance, is one of the foremost exponents of the art and knows 
how rewarding good relationships with publishers can be. 

Mr Ali's River Kwai Construction Company approach to bridge 
building can't help his cause. If Mr Ali ever wants to know how 
many software titles a publisher is developing for CD 32 , the 
machine that will make or break his company, he shouldn't be 
surprised if he's told: "Sod all - and that's all you need to know". 



AMIGA FORMAT CAM exclus.vclv 

reveal the firsi details of the new UMuvmTr 
3 package which is due for release early 
next year. 

W'ordworth T has been significantly 
improved to keep up with rising expecta- 
tions of Amiga serious software. Apart 
from adding more features, and improving 
printing speed. Digita have done consider 
able work on the user interface. 

The redesigned front end will be 
familiar to Wordworth 2 users (and there 
will be lots more of them, now that it's 
included in the Desktop Dvnamitc pack), 
and offers increased control to users. 

The interlace follows the Workbench 3 
guidelines, but goes a step further by 
adding a few features previous!* unseen on 
the Amiga. Among these are editable po|v 
up gadgets and font-sensitive requesters 
which will Ik* familiar to Mac users, and 
arc a welcome addition to the Amiga. 

The 'modeless object inspector' 
enable users to have the information box 
active and still Ik* able to edit objects on 
the document, something even Mac word 
processors can't offer. Our favourite fea- 
ture of the new look Wordy is the 

user-editable toolbar. This b effectively the 

main control panel, and it can be arranged 
either down the side, or across the page. It 




ieremy Rihil. 
managing 
director of 
Digita 

International, 
plans to launch 
Wordworth 3 
early neat year. 



is also a Boating window, so ii can lx- jhim- 
tion wherever the user prefers. 

Font support is enhanced bv the addi- 
tion of Tructvpe fonts to the existing Agfa. 
PostScript and Amiga font support. 

Digita ate most proud, and lighth so. 
of the two new features. DigiSense and 
TextEffects. DigiSense is an auto >«-rrec- 
tion mode which performs simple 
typographical checks as you tvpe. So. trans- 
positions (typing 'the' .is *htc\ for 
example) are corrected as soon as you 
press the space bar. TextEffects provides 

users with a series of special typographical 
styles which can In* applied to text to make 
documents more attractive. 

At then most simple these effects 
enable you to perform functions such as 



JOHN MENZIES C DELIGHT 

The Amiga CD^* will be popping up in more and more outlets in the run up to 
Christmas now that John Menzies have announced they will be selling the world's best 
games console through some of their 274-store chain. Computer Trade Weekly's analy- 
sis of the market shows CD 32 software now holds a 23.3 per cent stake of the total CO 
software market. This compares very well with the MegaCD. which has been on sale 
since April and the PC CD-ROM which accounts for just 28.5 per cent of the market. 
Since CD 32 has only five games actually on sale at the time of writing (Zool. 
Sleepwalker, Pinball Fantasies. Robocod and DGeneration), this performance is nothing 
short of miraculous. But with Morph. Overkill, Alfred Chicken, American football. Gulp!, 
Total Carnage, Ryder Cup Golf, Trolls, Whales Voyage and Sensible Soccer 92193 all out 
soon, we can expect to see the Mega-Seedy in a distant second place by Christmas 



ACORN TALK CRAP! 



COMMODORE HAVE BEEN granted 
an injunction against Acorn, preventing 
them from using their promotion.il video 

I hr Home Otmfiuttr Mitirfirld. 

The video puijxirtx m assist in select- 
ing a home Computer for complete Iannis 
use, but is little more than a thinlv dis- 
guised knocking Campaign against the 
Amiga. First it looks at the Archimedes, 
Amiga, Atari. Macintosh. PC, Mega Drive, 
and SNES as games machines, and all pass 
with flying colours. 

The next lest is how the machines han- 
dle serious applications and business 
software. The SNES and Megadrive are 
immediately and not surprisingly ejected, 
hut scandalously the Atari and the Amiga 
are also eliminated al this stage. 

It's not like us to defend the Atari, hut 
how mam recording studios use an 
Archimedes? As for the Amiga, look at the 

Woniworth 3 preview (above) to see how l.u 
Amiga applications soltwaie has tome. 



Acorn's patheiit knocking campaign 
does no credit to their powerful machine. 
Such advertising is usually ihe mark of an 
underdog - alter all. who would want to lx- 
compared to lomechlng that was tntlv less 
capable than \oiir product. ? 

All the machines mentioned in the 
i omparisou .in- \en h<m.<1 .it what lhe\ <l<'. 
but only one of 
them has vers. 
little software 
available for it. 

We'll leave you 

to make up 
v< iur own 

minds about 
which one 
that is. 



In our view 
the Acorn 
video treats 
the Amiga 
unfairly. 



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attaching lexi to B line, or placing [exi at 
an angle. At their most complex, text can 
be spiralled, waved or put in a star shape. 

Another innovation for Wordwortk 3 is 
the move to lranie-orientated formatting, 
this means that text and pictures are 
placed in boxes which can be moved 
around the page independently. This is 
the technique used bv most DTP packages. 
and allows great flexibility for changing 
the page layout 

All in all. Wordworth 2 seems even more 
powerful than its predecessor, so does it 
represent Digila's attempt to cross over 
into DTP? Managing Director Jeremy Rihll 
insists not. "We're reallv going back to the 




Create effects like 
this with the new 
TejrtEffects function 
of Wordworth 3. 




See exactly where the gutter is on your page by 
selecting this Wordworth 3 option. 



basics of word processing. 
We're not even calling it a 
word publisher, or a docu- 
ment processor like we did 
with the original 

Wordworth" he said, 

"We don't want people 
to get confused. We want 
them to know that 
Wordworth is the best pro- 
gram if they just want to 
write letter. But if thev 
need the extra power, they've got that too. 
We've concentrated on the text side of 
things with TexiEHects and DigiSense to 
make this a more powerful 
word processor." 

It's ironic that at a 
time when Acorn are 
claiming the Amiga can't 
run applications suit ware 
(see story on these pages). 
Digita are about to bring 
out one of the most 
accomplished applications 
we've vet seen. 

There will be a demo 

ol Wordworth ? on OUI 1t1.iii.ua I OVerdisfc Wore/worth J's inno- 

,, r ,., , ' _ vative floating 

li vou want a copy of Wordworth 2. see our windows technique is 
Mail Order section on page 226, or call one of its many 
Digita Intel national on 0395 270273. strong features. 




SOLID GOLD GAMES ACTION! 



A STUNNING 

gomes bundle from 



AMIGA Christmas 
Silica Distribution 
Limited is now on sale at shops throughout 
the country. 

The Chaos Pack, which follows the suc- 
cess of last year's SDL Zool Pack, contains 
four Amiga Format Gold games [Chaos 
Engine, Syndicate, Pinball Fantasies and 
Nick Faldo's Golf] worth a total of £125. 

The pack comes in two versions, one 
for the AGA machines (the A1200 and 
A4000) and one for the non-AGA A600. 

If you buy your Amiga at the recom- 
mended retail price, you get the Chaos 
Pack for free, and if you buy an Amiga at a 
discount price, you can 
still pick up the pack at 
an attractive discount. 

So, if you pay the rec- 
ommended retail price of 
£299 for on A 1200 you'l 
get the pack included fot 
free. But if you buy an Al 200 at a discount 
price of £250, you'll probably be able to 
get the games bundle for about £30 (last 
year's Zool Pack was frequently available 
for around £30). 

Silica Distribution Limited press officer 
Andy Leaning said: "We wanted to ensure 
that dealers could offer customers the best 
in Amiga games. We looked around for 
some time before choosing the games to 
ensure they were the very best. 

"The fact that all the games in the bun- 
dle are Amiga Format Gold winners this 
year was a key factor in this decision." 



Amiga Format editor 
Marcus Dyson was so 
impressed by the pack that 
he gave permission for the 
Amiga Format Gold logo to 
appear on the packaging. 

The Chaos Pack features 
full colour packaging, and 
each game has full documen- 
tation. Strictly speaking retailers are not 
allowed to sell the pack separately, but this 
didn't stop many from doing so last year, 
and we expect the same will happen again. 

If you can get your hands 
on it.., do! 




Last year SDL came up 
with the fantastic 
Zool Pack for the 
Christmas market... 



...And now they've gone 
one better with this 
year's sensational 
Chaos Pack- 




US Robotics, manufacturers of the 
Sportster modem {used by AF to stay in 
contact with the outside world) and the 
HST modem, used to power our soon-to- 
be launched bulletin board, have Issued 
a guidebook for users of the global data 
highways. The Sportster Guide to On- 
Lme Services is designed to help everyone from children looking for the 
latest on-line games to businessmen who want to run on-line credit refer- 
ences. About 300.000 booklets will be Issued, and most will be Included 
ki Issues of "the PC press". If you want one. contact your USR dealer. 



DEMO FOR YOUR 



Europe's coolest coders will be gathering 
in Denmark between Christmas and the 
New Yew for The Party 1993. The 
event takes place in Scandinavia's 
largest conference centre in Herning 
from December 27-29. The venue boasts 
room for over 3,000 people, a huge free 
parking area and a 6 metre by 4 metre 
screen for competitions and events. The 
organisers claim they will be providing 
24-hour entertainment, and if you have 
a video or hard disk anim, they will 
show it on the big screen throughout the 
event. 

The demo, graphics and music compe- 
titions have over $1,000 worth of prize 
money. If you rate your chances contact 
the organisers at The Porty 1993, 
Postbox 755, 9100 Aalborg, Denmark 



Golden Image's Mega Mouse impressed 
us when we first reviewed it in issue 
38. Now it's back, and it's more mega 
than ever. The new version, called Mega 
mouse 400, is now 400 DPI, and costs a 
mere £14.95. If you need a new mouse 
it's not easy to find better for cheaper. 
Call Golden Image on 081-365 1 102. 



It's often difficult for Amiga owners to 
get their graphics masterpieces output in 
high-quality colour. Max Graphics in 
Cardiff (0222 522332) can output large 
images, but they have an optimum view- 
ing distance of over six feet, which is 
great for posters, but not so good for 
reports. If you want high-quality smaller 
output, the Times Drawing Office in 
Maddox Street, London may have a 
solution. They can handle most Amiga 
graphics formats including JPEG, and the 
output we have seen is extremely good, 
so give them a call on 071-629 5070. 



Galaxy Graphics of Swansea are offer- 
ing three disks full of hi-res overscan 16 
colour images, for a mere £14.95. The 
pictures, called Media Backgrounds, ore 
intended for presentation and video use, 
and have no transparent colour. The 
images range from keyboards and cam- 
eras to videos and textures. Call 
Norman Harris on 0792 290998 for 
more information. 



US Gold are releasing Slreetfightcr II on 
the Kixx budget label at the bargain 
price of £14.99. What more need be 
said? Perhaps just that it's out on 
December 3rd and, since the £27.99 
original is still at number 32 in the 
charts, it's a good offer. 



ACA AIVIOS FLINTSTONES DIY 



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AMOS IS CURRENTLY tak- 
ing a battering 1mm Acid's BUtx 
2 in the popularity slakes. But 
news that Francois Lionet, the 
father nf AMOS, II soon to 
begin work OH an AGA version 
of AMOS could balance things 
out a little. 

Despite lecenl claims from will AMOS make a comeback with 
Europtess that further AMOS the release of an AGA program? 

developments have effectively 

been shelved. Francois has cxclusiveh announced to Amigu Format 

that he has w. intention of leaving \ A/OS coders in the lurch. 

Francois is currently putting the finishing touches io the 
fcuropress PC priMiuct (Hick and Plat, and will start work on ihe 
AGA version ol AMOS Fro after Christmas. The new version will 
enable AMOS programmers to open lull 256-Colour screens, use 
256-COlour bobs, create AGA rainbow effects and olfer support 
for the 16 million-colour palette. 

Francois explains the Uisk ahead of him: "A lot of the «ode in 
AMOS I'm is vcn ol<l. so 1 11 have to write iiiik h ol it again in ordei 
for it to work with the AGA chips**!. Once Qtik and Play is fin- 
ished. AMOS /*ro AGA will be mv numbei one priority." 

For this reason it is unlikelv that that AMOS Pro AGA will l>e a 
free update to existing AMOS Pro users, as previous updates have 
been. In order to recoup the high COSU ol the development time, 
existing users will probably have to pa\ an upgrade fee. A rather 
reasonable £20 is being considered at present 

On a slightly different AMOS note, .in upgrade to the slightlv 
bugg\ \.\K>S I'"- compiler will be available soon. And this will be 
free to registered users. 







FOOTIE GAME FANS who haven't 

yet got their hands on Dino 

Dini's Goal! will be pleased to 

know that Virgin have slashed 

the price to £19.99 for a limited 

period, and are throwing in a free Go*//: A game off two halves. 

eight-page fanzine too. Goal! cur* » P»«y»". and one ball. 

rently stands at number nine in 

the Gallup game charts. Contact Virgin on 081-960 2255. 







24- PINNED 

SIRENS OF THE bud- 
get printer scene 
Seikosha. have a new 
offering to tempt those 
eager to spend their 
Christmas cash on upgrad- 
ing iheii Amiga set-up. 
The SLr96 Colour is a 24- 
pin colour printer. 
Seikosha claim very high 
mialit\ graphics and 

ICaled font output, but ^ |at „ t off . rmg from seikosha it the 

the) Would Wouldn't they? SL-96 Colour 24-pin colour printer 

Check out the Amiga Formal review soon (or the definitive verdict 
The SL96 COSU £249 and the price includes an Amiga driver. Call 
Seikosha on 0753 (W5N73 if you need to know more. 



WHO SELLS MOST GAMES? 

Qua time. Who Mfe the moat computet games In the UK? Last time we 
checked It was. surprtetaajy, Boots (the not-oochomtst). with national 
chains such as WH Smith and John Me n flet groping for a larger share and 
music stores Virgin and HMV constantly extending their games coverage. 
But now the biggest Independent games retailer hi Future Zone, who 
have just zoomed to number one status by opening their 31st store. They 
reckon they are well ahead of schedule to hit the* target of opening their 
40th store by Christmas, 



HANNA-BARBERA. THE cartoon makers famous 
for Tom and Jerry and The Ftintstones, now have 
their own Amiga animation pack- 
age. Published by Empire, the 
Hanna-Barbera Animation 
Workshop has a straightforward. 
Icon-controlled Interface that they 
reckon Is simple enough for kids as 
young as four to use. 

It's a paint and animation package 
with which you can draw animated sprites 
and drop them over a background that 
you've also drawn, wfth eight colours 
for each. You can also connect a digitisor 
to grab in drawings, but you're supposed to do 
soundtracks on a cassette player, so there are 
no sound facilities. 

Perhaps the best part of the deal is that 
add-on discs with stills, animation and clipart 
will be available so that users can colour and 
animate "their favourite cartoon characters", 
and these will also come with an audio sound- 
track. "We've got the rights to use every 



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If you haven't heard about the furry bundle of 
fun Mr Nuti yet, then you will do soon. 

FURRY CREATURES STARRING In platform games 
Is The Thing this Christmas season, and competi- 
tion for press attention Is Intense. 

Sega lead the way wfth several hedgehogs . 
but Ocean, in particular, are bombarding magazines 
and newspapers with spurious press releases and 
photos concerning Mr Nutz the squirrel, star of 
their colourful platformer due for release In January. 
The latest press release concerns Nutz's allegedly 
shady past, and he Is photographed leaving a 
London nightclub. Hmm. 

Meanwhile Brian the Uon. a 40-level plat- 
former from Martin Edmondson of Shadow of the 
Beast fame, has been put on hold until after 
Christmas because the wildlife competition Is too 
Intense. It's due out from Psygnosls on 21st 
January at £29.99. Contact Ocean on 061-832 
6633 and Psygnosls on 071-709 5755. 

GOLD AT 

WINTER 

OLYMPICS 

US COLD WILL release their new 
Winter Olvmpics game to coincide with 
die start of the -skating, skiing and bob- 
sleighing extravaganza in Lillehammer. 

Norway on February 1 2th. 

Most of the OlMiipu events are realisti- 
cally portraved in the game, called W'initr 
Olympics, and to stand a chance of winning, 
the plavei has io adopt the i < -i ret i stain e 
and read the terrain in skiing events such 
as the Downhill. Supet G. Slalom and 
Giant Slalom. 



Shaggy. Scooby and their cartoon chums 
from the Hanna-Barbera hall off fame. 

character, so we can do Top Cat, Whacky 
Races, the whole lot," says Empire's Carol 
Nudds. The program will cost £49.99 and 
should be out right now. For further information 
contact Empire on 081-343 7337. 



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A SURPRISE 

renowned software house Core 
Design hove launched a new budget label, 
lo be known by Ihe slightly unlikely name 
of Corkers. 

The outfit used to just make games for 
other people, but they've been publishing 
their own stuff for a while now, so they 
have a back catalogue of good games 
which they are releasing at bargain prices 

First up on the Corkers label is a col- 
lection of four games {Chuck Rock. 
Corporation, War Zone and Torvak the 
Warrior] which are available at a mere 
£9.99 each. All four games should be out 
now. For further information contact 
Corkers on 0332 297797. 



US Gold will 
release their 
four-disk 
extravaganza 
Winter 
Olympics to 
coincide with 
the opening 
off the Games 
In February. 




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The four-disk game USCS visuals of the 
official Winter Olympics, including the 

logos, the medal designs, and Incorporates 

all the ceremonies. What's more, you can 
sneer at Sega and Nintendo owners hv 
telling (hem dial all (he sprite animation 
lot iheir versions was created on an Amiga 
l)\ Barn Armstrong Design, at Barn's stu- 
dio in Cheshire! For further information, 
contact IS Gold on 021-625 3366. 



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In the past, colour printing has been 
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With the combined benefits of true black 
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professional presentation of all your 
documents. 

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Coming soon to an ocean near you: the Seaquest Deep 
Submergence Vehicle, chief submarine of the UEO. 

MORE THAN 19 million Americans watched the 
pilot of Steven Spielberg's Seaquest DSV a couple 
of months ago. Now, ITV are showing the series 
on Sunday evenings, and 9.2 million people 
watched the pilot episode. The show is a cross 
between Voyage To The Bottom of the Sea and Star 
Trek and follows the adventures of a bold crew of 
clean cut heroes who cruise around in a submarine 
righting wrongs. 

But what makes Seaquest of particular interest 
to you is that the special effects for the outside 
shots of the submarine were all produced using 
Amigas and Lightwave, the ray-tracing program 
that comes with the Video Toaster. 

Turning to the Toaster 

Most sci-fi shows (such as Star Trek) use miniature 
models to create the special effects shots, but the 
special effects people at Amblin Imaging wanted to 
produce the kind of effects for the show which 
would be either too expensive or impossible to do 
with models. So they turned to the Toaster. 

-We sold the show to the networks on the 
basis of some conceptual art and some computer 
graphics produced on the Amiga," says Taylor 
Kurosaki, facility manager of Amblin. "The network 



The Seaquest is equipped with a variety of smaller subs, 
including this rather cute undersea tractor. 

commissioned 22 episodes of the series, which is 
completely unprecedented." 

Of course, producing images that look this 
realistic isn't very easy. The main model of the 
Seaquest for instance, has over 70,000 polygons, 
and many of the other models used in the show are 
equally complex. 

Each animator at Amblin has two Amigas (they 
mainly use A2000s) to enable them to work on one 
shot while the other is rendering a test image. The 
submarine itself began life as a series of sketches 
by Jim Lima, the art director and conceptual artist 
for the show. From these, he produced a clay model 
and the animators produced the Lightwave model. 

To make sure that the images looked realistic 
Amblin called in as an adviser noted underwater 
scientist Or Robert Ballard, the man who found 
the Titanic 

To produce the quality of images seen on this 
page, Amblin set up a very powerful facility. "We 

have around 70 Amigas, 
including 10 that act as 
playback machines on 



screen displays," says 
Taylor Kurosaki. 



One of the Seaquest's hyper-reality probes boldly goes 
where no Hyper-reality probe has gone before. 

"We were originally only going to be involved 
with Seaquest, but now we're also going to be pro- 
duce graphics for other Amblin TV shows," 

Amblin can produce around three and a half 
minutes of computer generated footage per week, 
which in Spielberg special effects terms isn't bad. 

"Jurassic Park had around six and a half min- 
utes of special effects in it" says Taylor. "That took 
them over two years to produce. We had six and a 
half minutes of effects in our two-hour pilot show, 
and we did this in three months." 

Changing the ways off TV 

All the Amigas at Amblin are connected together 
on a network, and most of the rendering is done in 
a Render Farm arrangement which means that 
each Amiga is given a single frame of an animation 
to render. Once these are completed, the results are 
transferred on to digital video tape for the final 
editing process of combining the computer gener- 
ated images with the other film. 

Amblin seem to be happy with the Toaster and 
lightwave, "rfs changing the way network TV in 
the US is done," says Taylor, "ft means that effect- 
based series that could not get off the ground 
before for financial reasons are now possible." O 





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Since the inception of 24-bit graphics on the 
Amiga, it has always been one of the most excit- 
ing areas of Amiga graphics. In no time at all, 
many companies equipped their software with 
24-bit support. 

Now that the standard Amigas have the abil- 
ity to display at near true-colour standards, the 
importance and popularity of 24-bit graphics has 
never been higher. But it is still a confusing field 
for many. Even those with the knowledge of the 
software and hardware necessary to handle 24- 
bit graphics sometimes have difficulty sourcing 
objects and textures for their images. 

In order to assist graphics enthusiasts in 
their search for fonts, objects, textures, images 
and so on, Gordon Keenan and John Ca m pbe ll 
formed the 24-Bit Club. The club's loose associa- 
tion of Amiga graphics enthusiasts includes DTP 
users, 3D buffs, animators and graphic artists. In 
fact anyone with an interest in Amiga graphics. 
As Gordon readily admits, the club's location 
(it's based in Glasgow) is a hindrance when H 
comes to club meetings, which regularly attract 
around 20-30 members. Not a bad figure in 
itself, but when you consider that the club has 
more than 2,500 members scattered around the 



globe, ft shows that not everyone can make 
trip to Scotland to attend. 

Nevertheless, members are admiral 
catered for by the club's excellent magax; 
Power User. The A5 magazine has features C 
graphics techniques, interviews with prominen 
figures in the Amiga graphics world and revier 
of the latest software and hardware for 24- 
enthusiasts. The club welcomes submissions 
the magazine from all its members. 

The 24-bit Club not only acts as an in 1 
change for views, tips and ideas between 
members, but it also offers members an exten- 
sive library of files on PD disk, including an 
impressive array of textures and objects. These 
files are available to non-members, but the £20 
membership fee carries considerable benefits in 
terms of discounts. The club also acts as a central 
registration point for shareware fees for 3D 
models from such luminaries as Carmen Rizzola, 
who created the fabulous Enterprise model used 
on AF49's cover. 

We would recommend club membership to 
all our readers hoping to get the most from last 
month's Imagine Coverdisk. 24-Bit Club, 6 Skirsa 
Square, Floor 1, Glasgow G23 5DW. 





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Digital dolphins and hyper-reality probes? Richard Baguley travels 
to universal Studios to discover how Steven Spielberg's TV 
blockbuster Seaquest was created with the help of Amigas. 



/ BABYLON 5 
~ HITS BRITAIN 

The Emmy award-winning series Babylon 5 (which 
ft also uses Lightwave to generate all the special 
effects) has been bought by Channel 4. No dates 
, for broadcast have yet been set but as the series 
isn't being broadcast in the US until the end of 
January, it's unlikely that we will see the program 
until at least March. We'll give you a date as soon 
as If s been fixed. The pilot of the series is now 
available on video for rental. 






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STEVE TURNER, 
GRAFTGOLD 

1 wish that on the 12th day of Christmas, 
Commodore would give to me: 
Kiki Stock hammer 
11 CD titles 

10 reference manuals 

9A1200s 

8 days a week 

7 Devcon places 

6 index fingers 

5 monitors 

4 chipset specs 

FREE registration 

2 crystal balls 
And a 32-bit CO... 

Worst moment in 1993 

This has got to be three o'clock in the morning in 
Ostcnd. Belgium. At this moment myself and 
Andrew Braybrook along with Marcus Dyson and 
Steve Bradley of Amiga Format had been waiting 
six hours for the organisers of the OZ computer 
show to arrive and take us to a nice comfortable 
hotel with food and warmth. M was at this 
moment we heard that our host was tucked up in 
bed, not stuck in a traffic jam that had brought 
the roads into Ostend to a standstill for four 
hours. He could pick us up at 9am in the morning 
if we could wait another six hours! 




Best moment in 1993 
This was last week 
when Commodore 
invited Graft go Id 
along with other 
developers to 
Commodore to 
increase developer 
relations. They are 
even going to sort 
out my monitors 
and let us come to 
their developers' 
conference ancf reg- 
ister us for a 

modest fee. It's like Christmas already! Seriously, 
though, this is an excellent move by Commodore 
and much welcomed at Graftgold. 

Best album 

For Andrew this one's easy - he had a calendar on 
the wall whrth all the days marked to the release 
of the new Rush album Counterparts. Excitement 
was high, but alas no album in the store on D-day. 
Luckily it was only a day late and sounds of Rush 
have been emanating from his office ever since. 
Ian Wellington, our new Amiga superstar, is a 
Saxon fan and votes Forever Free. I'm still playing 
the Def Leppard album I got last Christmas. 

Favourite Amiga games 

It's been a busy year and there's not been a lot of 



Turner of Graftgold reveals that the team have had little time to play other pro- 
grammers' games, but The Bitmaps' Chaos Engine had them (and hi* son) impressed. 



time to play other people's games. Bitmaps' 
Chaos Engine was the favourite until my son Mark 
borrowed the company copy and an A500 so he 
could try it in the holidays and it disappeared. 

Favourite film 

Jurassic Park gets our vote for outstanding 

effects, although Andrew has not seen it yet. 

Favourite book 

Programmers don't have time to read! Andrew's 
into T. Pratchett for long ferry trips and waiting 
around in terminals and the like. 

Favourite letter 

The one that came last week with some money 

from the Mirrorsoft adminstrator. 






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MEVLUT DINC, 
VIVID IMAGE 

1993 could prove to be the most 
important year for Commodore's 
history. A1200s are still selling, but 
Commodore's success really lies with 
the CD 32 . It's an excellent piece of hard- 
ware and I hope it succeeds. 

We will be doing our bit with a 
CD 32 version of Second Samurai. 
I believe the software has to be even 
better than the hardware to help it sell. 
Commodore must invest time and 
money in the software publishers to 
produce software that makes good use 




Well I never! 'Ello. Fat Bloke! Now you 
want a kick In the 'ead. don't you... 

of the hardware. The developers in this 
country produce top-quality original 
products and Commodore must start 
investing time and money in them. 

My highlights of 1993 

Favourite game: Second Samurai 

Favourite serious software: Word for 

Windows (sorry. I use it on my PC!) 

Favourite film: Reservoir Dogs 

Favourite book: I can't read 

Favourite record: Get Back, Peter Gabriel 

Best moment for the Amiga: 

The launch of Amiga CD 32 

Worst moment for the Amiga: 

Too many different Amigas! 



Year we 



go 





If you were one of the world's top Amiga game developers, 

what would you want for Christmas? we asked some of the 

best people in the games bizness how their years have gone, 

and what they're hoping for in their stockings... 



SIMON ARMSTRONG, ACID SOFTWARE 

What I want lor Christmas... howabout an AGA-based 
Amiga with CD drive built in that is really cheap and 
has a keyboard /serial port 
and a controller with heaps 
of buttons? 

What? Santa has already 
started to deliver them? 
Thai's awesome! CD. eh? 
Wow! If kids can't copy the 
software, holy smoke, they 
will have to buy it! That 
means not onlv will we have 
to pay less for manufactur- 
ing games (no stupid oversized boxes and onlv one disc 
instead of three disks) we'll probably sell heaps more. 

OK. in that case all 1 want is for heap of people to buy 
these new CD machines so Commodore don't go bust and 




Simon of Acid is the man behind Skidmarks and 
the Blitz Basic language that produced tt 



we have a nice big market to sell all the cool stuff we have planned for the next year. Come on Santa, you 
can do it - even if the kids want a Jap console, slip them a CD 52 instead. 

The onlv other thing I reallv want is for Skidmarks to be release on schedule with all the off-road tracks 
we've been working on so we can start the Formula One extensions. A 68060 based Amiga would certainlv 
help with all die rav-tracing we're doing (Santa, you still listening?) and the rumoured new version of 
Imagine is definitely needed. 1 also want a big Supcr-VHS TV to plav CD*- games on with a 4000\Vait stereo 
so the neighbours think there is a speedway in the neighbourhood when we start plaj testing Skidmarks* 2 . 



KEITH SMITH, MILLENNIUM 



favourite games James Pond 3, Desert 
Strike and Bill's Tomato Game 

Favourite hardware: Baseball bat or 
snooker cue. 

Favourite film: Reservoir Dogs - the 
best analysis of Madonna ever, ever! 
The adventures of Ford Fairlaine 

Favourite book: The Van by Roddy Doyle. 
I read it in one miserable cold day in 
Dublin two years ago and haven't 
stopped laughing since. 

Favourite album: Squeeze's Some Fantastic 
Place. It just goes to prove that really tal- 
ented musicians can turn their hand to 
any style 




Keith Smith likes 
bouncy fish best of all. 
A recent photo shows Keith and friend... 

Favourite single: Fall at your feet - 
Crowded House 

Favourite pudding: Treacle with custard 

Keith Smith has written the bizarre 
play-type thing on the right... *" 



ARCHER MACLEAN 



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I haven't seen a load of films this year. 
although I did get hold oJ .... MSC 
version of The funi>lc Hook, and boughi 
the letterbox version of Termnmttrr 2 - 
in Dolby surround sound with a mon- 
ster TV it's quite something. 

I haven't seen Jurassic Park but I 
am still pissed fill thai I came up with a 
dinosaur game design three years ago 
that was full of fast, smooth animation, 
yet all the publishers I approached 
were totally uninterested. Now they are 
falling over themselves rushing out any 
old <rap with a passing resemblance to a dinosaur in it. As for books. I don't read 
much but I watched Madonna get awav with her sex book last year, so I have been 
working on a join the dot* porn book, because it's not porn until you have filled it in. 
and I'm going to call it... 'Penciltration'. 

My musical tastes are so varied as to he undefinable, but one jungle beat that 
refuses to get our of mv head is (lonnectetl by the Stereo MCs. As for games, the most 
impressive thing I've had a go on was a huge six-player arcade game called Galaxia in 
London's Trocadero. Simple, but mightih impressive for the £80 I must have put in. 



Jimmy White's Snooker, the top-selling game 
from the man who invented dot-to-dot porn. 



TOBY SIMPSON, 
MILLENNIUM 




Toby Simpson caught 
dreaming of word pros. 



Christmas ditties by Toby Simpson, Lead Programmer 
for Millennium, author of Diggers for CO** and A1200. 

I'd like Commodore to be working on a new generation of 
high-end Amigas, not letting them continue to slide further 
and further behind the PC. I hope they are, and they hurry 
up with a CD - compatible drive for the A1200 and A4000! 
My real wish, though, is it would be nice to have some 
high-standard word processors, spreadsheets and other productivity tools which didn't 
look embarrassed next to Windows programs on the PC. Let's hope loads of amazing 
games come out on the CD 32 . Millennium are certainly working hard on a new genera- 

tion of CD software. 



Best Amiga moments of the year 
The CD" release turning out to be 
OK, and selling well. And the UK 
Developers Conference, where I 
discovered Resolve and someone 
asked me for my autograph! 

Favourite game Frontier 
Favourite book: Rama Revealed. 
by Arthur C Clarke 
Favourite dinosaur: Stegosaurus - 
generally underrated, but great. 




The follow-up to the mould-breaking Elite. Frontier 
has the Millennium staff totally absorbed. 



IT LOOKS LIKE REINDEER - 
A SHORT RADIO PLAY 



Scene: Outside a top department iton iii tin Wist End of London. 
It's the first week of Dectmba and « light dusting nf snout from 

the first of many entirety practical blizzards is covering the honruH 
of my chauffeur-driven lima. The Tom OXUoek News is ulnnit to 
come on and I sit fOyfuii) listening to a (ampliation of Millennium 

garni soundtracks. 



The phone rings. It's the Telegraph. l'he\'ie trying to get an 
inside track on the next big product that will vend the 
Millennium share price Spinning into orbit. The flotation 
was five times o\ctmiI)m libed and the company's name is on 
the lips ol the top city movers ami shakers. 

Digbins, my chauffeur and mindei is smiling wryl) into 

the rear-view mirror as he earwigs on mv conversation... 
"Yes. I understand that this would boost circulation, hut 

what's your offer?" The reply squeaks From the receiver, 
Tin sorry, but this news is confidential. You can*l 

expect me to show favour to one publication just to jjet a 
page ol ( i ivcrage." 

I plate my hand over the mouthpiece and sniggei back 
to Digbins. 

"OK. Look, you have a word with yOUl boss and get ba« k 
to me." 

I plan- the phone, one ol three hues, back on its cradle. 

"OK. Digbins, let's spend some money!" I shouted manfully. 

"Lei's show these suckers what shopping is! 

With a tolerant smile and an arched eyebrow, Digbins 
turns the ignition and the powerful five-litre engine iluohs 
to life. He leans back. "Your wife is ahead) doing thai, sir." 

Scene: Inside store. As I walk along the aisUs, an assortment of per- 
fumery gals are trying to get m\ autograph, I hand them a 
preprinted card that Digbins obtained from a machine m <m 
underground tube station. The) seem In In- nnmeu\el\ grateful 

1 turn to my escort. "Digbins. I think thai I should go and 
see Santa's grotto. I mean, we are in the youth market and I 
want to see what the word on the si reel is. Where is it?" 
"Wc were parked in it," he replied. 

"Digbins, have I mlil you about m\ ^itf: You see, I have 
Special powers and ii you don't watch out. you're fired," 

M Verv droll, sir." 

We continue to ihe third floor where there is a queue 
for Santa's grotto. At least 50 families are eager I \ awaiting 
the time when their pride and jos can sit on the lap ol an 
elderly actor, breathe in been fumes and walk awaj with a 

toy. I approach a kindU elf. 

"St use me. On vou help me out here? I'm in the I om- 
puiet games industry and. as a leading edge developer, we 
need to know what the kids want. Do vou mind if I jump the 
queue and quiz vour Santa on the latest demands 

I show her my card and smile as Digbins leans menac- 
inglv over her. 

"Just a moment, sir." 

FADE to Scene: Outside a rather unconvincing cave entrance 

(though I don 7 know quite how this would translate on to radio).., 

I stagger out of the grotto under the influence <>l a large 
intake ol whisky vapour. 

"Bigdlns, fret not. I'll get a bloody knighthood fbl this! 
Get me down to Commodore quick! I've got i<» see David 
Pleasance now." In the lirno I call Commodore and arraugc 
a meeting foi 6pm. 

Scene: Commodore HQ, 7. Vlfnn that night. 

"Mr Smith. Mi Pleasant e will wv vou now " Continued*" 




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1 slop Di^hins bearing up ihe securil} guard. He has dnm- 

no wrong - ii merely entertained me while I waited. 

We enter David's plush office. I'm not saving it's big. 
hui on the way in I pass Bono packing up ti ■>- grai Irom lasl 
(light's extravaganl diem lush. H is latgei than m> office! 
bill Only bei iiuse iiiv en \uitc is in a separate room. 

David is relaxing in ■ hoi lub. a glass of chilled pink 

champagne by Ins side. 
\li. there you arc David. I could bardl) lee von among all 

those bubbles." I cooflj s.i\. 

"Lei's gel straight DO the point. Smuli I h.iuu'i gol nine 

10 waste, vmi know. I'm a VCT) hus\ man. Close the door. 

will you? There's a hell of a draught around B1J Overflow. 

I his had better- be important, lime and money and all thai." 

I Unshed with angei. "It's important enough to inter- 
rupt me when I was m the middle of purchasing some 
luxury leather goods. 1 want io know what's going on. Santa 
told me thai he was delivering A 1200s and < I)**s ibis 
Chi istni.iv and mute > fen of them too. 

"Absolutely. Smith. I've done a deal with the man 
himseU and i>\ Christmas morning people all o\ei the 
count r\' will be unwrapping du t\ great big boxes < ontaining 
our wonderful product - and nothing tan stop me now! 

HA! HA! HAT 




It's tough at the top. Or at least that's what my mother told me. 
Although I'm not quite sure what it was she was talking about... 



I thought foi a while as he climbed OUI Of the hoi tub and 
padded giaielulh over t«> his walk-in uardmlx-. He opened 

it and lifted out two carefully wrapped garments as I 

followed him a< ross the marble llooi . 

"What do you think. Smith - red 01 blur-" 
"( an I be hottest. Davidr" I asked lie nodded. "I don't 
ihink thai von suit a cm ki.nl dress. How about thai Suit? 

"1 suppose so" he conceded. 

"So the biggesi (|uejfJ0fl is: jusi what produCU Can WCi 
the mighty Millennium. ha\e teady for Christinas and die 
New Year: We've got Brutal /WW/ in Nove m be r, now lhat's 

a game and a half. Blood, laughs - the whole shooting 

match. Diggers il nowoul on the CD*'-' and A 1200. and lhat's 
so big it should keep ihem buS) until \lauh..." 

Suddenh ii hit me like slug from a '45 right through 
the brain. Jonm Pond! A third VeiSKM lor the New Ye.n ' 

"David. I have to go. I Ik us no time io waste." 

"It's JUS! down the corridor on the lelt." 

"What?" 

"The little boy's loom" 

"David, i his is no linn \> • be dis« ussing latrine-. I here's 
work to be done." 

FADE to Seme: in the back of the limo. WWF Wrestling fa bang 
foamed live into the car ami the female star, o/Cals air with me in 

In/1 cost um t rmoying the chawtpagru and Rand) Savage. 

Continued W 





Nick & Jon Court, 
THE DOME 

osi wanted pressie from Santa 
has io he a mat bine which 
Can play Formula One Grand PHx 
laster and more detailed than a 
high-end PC 

Our favourite game has to be 
Formula (hie (except for Bob\ Had 
,. but WC should not mention OUI 
own product - at £25.99 published 
by Psyguosis and at a computer shop 
near you now!) 

Our favourite record just has to 
be one minute. 15.3 seconds at Mexico, although I managed a pteit\ decern lap time 
in Germany, and im time for France wasn't thai bad. and the tiuie in Belgium... 

Our very best moment For the 
\miga during 1993 was when we 
look deliver) Ol a brand spanking 
new A 1200 which played Formula 
One brilliant h (it also plaved Bob's 
Bad Day rather nil ely. loo, but we're 

unable to sa) anything about...). 

Vnd the woim moment was when 

the man from Psygnosts killed the 
U200 two days later 



Formula On* Grand Prix - they're completely mad 
about it. Or just completely mad. of course... 




JON HARE, SENSIBLE SOFTWARE 




Dear Father Amigamas. please can I have for Christmas: 
1 Cannon Fodder at Number one in the charts 
2 Lots of royalties 
3 The Sensible Software WAR' video 
4 A penis extension kit 
5 A penis 

Highlights of the year 
1 My five-year-old daughter's first poem 
2 Norwich qualifying for Europe 
3 Doing the 'WAR' video 
4 Buying a nice house 
(thank you, Sens/Soccer) 

Favegameof 1993: 

Scribble on a board 

Fave film of 1993: 

Electric Porno Hippopotamus 

Fave book of 1993: 

Diary of a Hippo Pervert 

Fave record of 1993: 

Lenny Kravitz's new one 

Fave hardware of 1993 My Zydec mouse 



At this point we should say something about 
'getting one's chopper out for the lads', but I 
don't think Noel Coward would be impressed. 



Amiga ups and downs 
None really, but too much new non- 
standard hardware to confuse the public 
and dilute the developer. 



CHARLES CECIL, REVOLUTION SOFTWARE 



From Commodore we 
would like them to; 

1 Sell hard drives as 
standard with all 
A 1200s so that 
developers can aim 
their products at hard drive users only. 

2 Bundle the A1200 with hard drive and 
monitor for much less than a PC system. 
This seems to be the only way to ensure 




that ground is not lost to the rival formats. 

3 Realise they have a loyal following to 
which the CD" should be aimed rather 
than at Nintendo and Sega users. 

4 Invent a revolutionary anti-copying device 
to stop the thieves ripping off our games. 

5 Convince the publishing community that 
the Amiga is not going to die and so avoid 
a self-fulfilling prophecy occurring. 




RICHARD EDDY, CODEMASTERS 

Hurrah! For 'tis Chrimbo! Right what do I want in my 
stocking from Commodore? To k«*p home computing 

alive. It's really important — that* s exactly where our next 

generation of programmers is coming from. You can't 

exactly get a lot of experience programming on a Super 

Nintendo (not enough buttons, y'see). 

So. Commodore - push the point that the Amiga also 

opens a whole new world for users beyond what the con- 
soles can offer. And, aspiring Amiga programmers, send 

your game or routine demos to David Thompson, Project 

Manager, at the usual Codemasters address. 

Best thing about this year's yuletide season? Micro 

Machines (surely the most utterly playable two-player 

head-to-head racing game ever to grace your disk drive). 

Ah, what a year it has been. 
Highlights have included Codemasters 
(and their American chums) smashing 
Nintendo in the courts and being the 
first UK game publisher ever to have a 
whole TV show devoted to one game 
(Cosmic Spacehead, a Sega arcade 
adventure coming soon on Amiga, was 
the theme for a Central TV-produced 
show, aired in October). Bad point of 
the year is. as always, piracy. You sad 
bunch of parasites - y know, why not 
come round and steal the bloody 
programmer's furniture too? 



IT LOOKS LIKE REINDEER - 

concluded 




Micro Machines - OK, w* shouldn't let hfm plug 
his own game, but it* 5 sooo good! 



JOLYON RALPH, ALMATHERA 

What I would like Commodore to deliver for Christmas: Apart from the heads of certain high- 
ranking Commodore international officials mounted on sharp sticks, there's only one 
thing I want from Commodore - the near mythical CD" expansion drive for the A1200. 

Favourite game: Well, I don't get to play as many Amiga games as I used to, but 
there are three classics which stand out in my mind - Pmball Fantasies, Diggers, and 
my favourite of the year - Supcrfrog from Team 17. 

Favourite serious software: This is difficult. I use so many packages day-to-day, and 
many of them are excellent. Special mentions go to Directory Opus, SAS C 6.3 and Art 
Department Professional. My award for the most fun and easy to use software goes to 
UgbtWave 3D - the 3D rendering package bundled with the Video Toaster - pure fun. 

Favourite hardware: Special mentions to the V-Lab YC (the best video digitiser for 
the Amiga) and the incredibly fast Toshiba XM3401B CD-ROM drive, but my favourite 
of the year is the Sunrise ADS12 16-bit 
CD quality direct-to-disk sound sampling 
board. A bit pricey at over £1,000, but 
well worth the money - the quality is 
absolutely perfect. 



Favourite film: Jurassic Park, despite 
butchering the plot beyond recognition 
Favourite book: Trojan by James Folett 
Favourite record: Elemental 
by Tears for Fears 
Worst moment for the Amiga in 1993: 
The continual announcements of the 
departure of some of the best people 
from the Commodore Amiga develop- 
ment team. 




A certain Diggers on CD", picked out at one 
of the games of the year by a man who 
knows his software. 



6 For everyone to go out and buy the bril- 
liant Beneath the Steel Sky - the excellent 
graphic adventure from Revolution! 

Favourite game: Alone In the Dark 
(for presentation rather than gameplay) 
Favourite film: Jurassic Park 
(pity about the story, though) 
Favourite record: Any of the REM singles. 
Best moments : I can't really think of anyl 
Worst moment: The news of Commodore's 
financial difficulties, of course. 







You have to admit If % a bit of a looker - 
Beneath the Steel Sky, from Revolution. 



I'm talking on the phone to my boss as the other line tirelessly rings. 
Dig/tin \ picks it up and takes a message. 

"Michael, this is Dcfcon I, Real important. There will be 
some product out for the Amiga around Christmas, but 
what games are going to be on sale straight after: None! 
So I was thinking..." 

FADE to Scene: opens in massive press conference hastily 
arranged at the Albert Hall. It's parked and thousands of pasty- 
faced journos an Stuffing frte sandwiches into their jackets. I look 
around and realise that they are hanging mi an nwy word. If I do 
a ntnner now, we're in trouble big. 

"Please forgive the urgent nature of the press conference, 
hut we felt that as a forward, leading-edge company, thai we 
should warn you of a forthcoming product that will cause 
such a rush to the stores, vim won't know about it. The 
retail Industry has never had it so good. The traditional 
post-Christmas blues will now be replaced by a psychedelic 
rainbow kind of eflfa t with cheese on the moon..." 

I mi losing it - and it showed. The from row began to 
shift nervously in their seats and my suit felt much too big. I 
was dying. 

'James Pond 3T I blurted out. An immediate change in 
the audience's mood. tvebfOWl arched and pens twitched. 
poised over south little notepads, 
with the noteable exception of the 
staff of Amiga Format who all had 
Apple Newtons- typical. 

"Uc'ic going to release James 
Pond 3 nn all Amiga formats in the 
months of Februarv and March 
next year. This game has already 
been acclaimed as the best y< i 
Over I -1(1 levels, bigger, more ani- 
mated sprites. Spet ial equipment 
like a Fruit suit. Spring boots. 

"He punches, jumps and he runs faster than any other 
platform character. He has always proved to be an outstand- 
ing success and this will undoubtedly ni.uk him as the 
'S<ini< ' < if the Amiga. So buv it!" 

The crowd lept to their feet and cheered heanilv. 
Christmas had been saved by James Pond. Commodore were 
going to sell skip-loadl of hardware and I felt pleased. 

FADE to Scene: opens up back in the limo driving to City Airport. 
Djgbim is humming n Cjirpenten single. I am, incredibly, on the 
{•hone talking to David Frost who wants me to appear on his 
SundB) morning show. 

"David, can't we record something on Saturday? I'm rub- 
bish in the morning. OK. Saturday, 3pm. Thanks. David. Say 
hello to the wife for me. No. not my wife, your wife. 
How...?" The phone went dead. 

I sat back in the sumptuous leather upholstery and 
caught Digbins grinning. 

"What are you smirking at?" 

"Oh, nothing, sir. It's just I couldn't help overhearing 
the problem earlier and while you were holding the press 
conference I took the liberty of buying a container-load of 
Commodore shares in anticipation of an increase in sales. 

"You dolt! How much did vou spend?" 

'< Hi, not much. It was with the change that you left in 
the ashirav. So in the worst case small losses, and in the best 
case we'll make a mint." 

"Digbins. vou're a genius. Take the rest of the day off as 
a token of my thanks. It's just at well I have large ashiraw ." 

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A year in 






At Christmas draws ever closer, we reflect on all things to have happened to the team in 1993. 
Take a step inside the Amiga Format editorial office and find out what we've all been up to 
(apart from bringing you the best magazine on the shop shelves) this year... 



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SUE WH 



Best moment of 1993: Cooking fried 
bread on the top of some fell In the Lake 
District and, of course, being made art 
editor of Amiga Format 

Top five games of 1993 Soccer Kid, 
Arabian Nights, Micro Machine*, 
Second Samurai, Indy 4 - Fate of 
Atlantis the graphic adventure. 



Top Ave films of 
1993: Cyrano 
de Bergerac, 
Jurassic Park. 

In the Une of fire. 
This Is Spinal 
Tap. Aladdin. 





Art ed Sue "I'm shy really" 

spends her days phoning 

record companies trying to 

get backstage passes to gigs. 



Top five records of 1993 Ace of Spade* 
- Motorhead, It's a Shame About Ray- 
The Lemonheads. Ten - Pearl Jam, 
Sweet Oblivion - Screaming Trees. 
Weasels Ripped My Flesh - Frank Zappa. 



Favourite book of 1993: 
The Van- Roddy Ooyie. 



What you would itke for Chnstmas 1993. My eyesight back. 



Best moment of 1993; Brian 
Deane's equaliser (last kick of the 
match!) versus Manchester City on 
the first day of the football season! 

Top five games of 1993 Socct 
Kid, Sensible Soccer VtX Desert 
Strike. Flashback, Micro Machines. 



Top five films of 1993: A Hard 
Day* Night. Last Action Hero, Nirvana - Heart Shaped Box 
(video), Saturday Night, Sunday Morning, Boavts and Butt- 
head Go To The Spermbank. 



Top five records of 1993: California Dreamln' - England 
World Cup Squad, Two Princes - The Spin Doctors, 
Drive My Car- The Beatles, My Lovln' - En Vogue, 
My Stater - Juliana Hatfield. 



Favourite book of 1993: 
The Secret History - Donna Tartt. 

What would you like for Chnstmas 1993 A golf 
course, or Dannl Behr (presenter on The Word). 



"Both being northerners, me and Paul just hit it off Immediately.., 



J U 1.11 



Best moment of 1993: becoming deputy editor 
of Amiga Format, and wearing platforms and 
flares for the second time around! 

Top five games of 1993' Micro Machines, 
Monkey Island 2, Soccer Kid. Lemmings 2. 
Bully's Sporting Darts. 

Top five films of 1993: Reservoir Dogs. 
The Hairdresser's Husband (on video). 
Groundhog Day. Strictly Ballroom. Bill and 
Ted's Excellent Adventure. 





"If s not nice, it's not funny, but it Is clever," says 
Jules of Reservoir Dogs In her best 'teacher' voice. 



Deputy ed Jules is rather nice. But beware the 
baleful glance when you return late from the 
pub at lunchtime. 



Top five records of 1993: Two Princes - 
The Spin Doctors, Sidewinder Sleeps 
Tonight - REM, Cantaloupe - Us Three, 
The Antidote {LP) - Ronny Jordan, and a 
unique version of Gordon Is A Moron by 
Jlrted John, sung to me on holiday. 

Favourite Book of 1993: Oranges Are Not 
The Only Fruit - Jeanette Wlnterson, 

What do you want for Chnstmas 1993 
The muscly man In the Haagen Dazs 
magazine advertisement with Ice cream 
running down his back. 



Best moment of 1993: Birth of my daughter Caltlln 
and discovering the Lethal Weapon pinball table In 
a local pub. 

Top five games of 1993' Second Samurai, Sensible 
Soccer. Mean Arenas, Donkf, Bully's Sporting Darts. 

Top five films of 1993: (all videos) The Unforgtven. Blue 
Steel, The Third Man. Jean de Florette. African Queen. 



Top five 
records of 
1993: 
Floored 
Genius - 
Julian Cope, 
Code Selfish - 
The Fall, Hello 





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Drugs, cows, and specehoppers - Just a 
few things on Rich's fav album. 



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Dad, I'm In Jail - Was Not Was, Jehovah Kill - Julian 
Cope. Bone Machine - Tom Waits (all right they're all 
1992 releases but I've been playing them ever since). 

Favounte book of 1993: Mother Tongue by Bill Bryson. 

What would you like for Christmas 1993 Peace on earth 
and a new tape deck. 







Best moment of 1993 Learnt to snowboard, mad© editor of Amiga Format. 

Top five games of 1993: Plnball Fantasies AGA, RobocodAGA. SkldMarhs. Micro 
Machines, Uridium 2 

Top five films of 1993: Trouble Bound, True Romance. Groundhog Day, Toys, 
Singles. 



Top five records of 1993: Sweet Oblivion - Screaming Trees. Saturation - 
Urge OverklH. Greatest Hits - Ctnderbiock. Where You Been - Dinosaur Jru. 
Dragline - Paw. 

Favourite book of 1993: Suburban Book Of The Dead - Robert Rankin. 

What would you like for Chnstmas 1993: An Amiga 4000/040. 



christian slater patricia arquette 




TRUE 

romance 

4muUi beeper vd ktlm gory 

True Romance - a film with * trick title 
to get all those softies watching a bit 
of virulent violence* 




■ No more photos!" plead* Af editor Marcus. 
"I can't 90 out any more without being mobbed 
by nubile young girls. - he says dreamily. 



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Best moment of 1993 Being rescued from the dark and dingy 
world of International banking by Amiga Format 

Top five games of 1993: Diggers. Frontier, Realms ot Arkanla, 
Sim Ufa, Asokaban. 

Top five books (I don't watch many films) of 1993: Sandman - 
Brief Uves - Nell Galman. The Crow Road- Ian Banks. 
Virtual Light - William Gibson. Jack The Bodiless - Julian May. 
Dr Foggs' Encyclopaedia Of All World Knowledge - Terry Jones 
and Michael Palln. 



Top five records of 1993: 
Republic - New Order, 
Symphony No3 - Goreckl. 
Dark Side Of The Moon - 
PlnkRoyd.Bementaf- 
TFF. Amused To Death - 
Roger Waters. 



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Techie staff writer. Richard, 
likes cooking veggie food, 
drinking Guinness and sitting 
on strange chairs. 



Favounte film of 1993: Apocalypse Now (wide screen video). 

What you'd like for Chnstmas 1993: 
A cure for the common cold. 



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Being a bookworm, Baguley prefers to let his own mind 
form the pictures, instead of going out to them. 



NICK VEITCH 

Best moment of 1993: Conning my previous 
employers Into giving me a backdated pay rise two 
weeks before I resigned. 

Top five games of 1983: Thtvst. Uridium, King, 
Dropzone, Sword of Aragon. 

Top five films of 1983: Brazil, Bom On The Fourth Of 
July, The Beast That Ate Tokyo, Rear Window, They 
Drove By Night. 



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Although Nick hasn't been swept up 
In the latest dinosaur craze, he's 
always been a firm fan of T-Rex. 



Consultant ed Nick's favourite colour Is 
black and his favourite day is Tuesday. 

Top five records of 1983: Telegram Sam - T-Rex. 
Rattus Norveglcus - The Stranglers, Amused fo 
Death - Roger Waters, Machine Head -Deep Purple. 
Animals - Pink Floyd. 

Favounte book of 1983: Phineus Finn - Anthony Ttoltope 

What you want for Christmas: I would like to know 
happened to the years 1983-93 as they seem to be 
missing from my memory banks. 




Best moment of 1993: 
Becoming games editor of AF. 
getting a flat In an old people's 
home, seeing Julian Cope, get- 
ting obscene phone calls from 
Patsy Kenstt. 

Top five games of 1993: 
Civilization A1200, Micro 
Machines. Lemmings 2, Dune 2, 
Street Fighter 2. 




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AF games ed Rob once worked in a 
butchers where they used to cut out 
pigs' eyes and wink them at customers. 



Top five films of 1993: Brazil (video), 
Reservoir Dogs. Death Becomes Her. 
Jurassic Park, Moppet Xmas Movie. 

Top five records of 1993: Rid of Me 
(LP) - PJ Harvey. Revolver {IP) - The 
Beatles. Debut (LP) - Bjork. Dusk 
(LP) - The The, Jehovahklll (LP>- 
Jultan Cope. 



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Favourite book of 1993' 
101 Things To Do With A 
Vegetable Vlndaloo. 

What you would like for Chnstmas; 
World poace, pots of money. 




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Best moment Of 1993 Turning 24 while 
In Italy with my family and acquiring a 
wealth of wisdom, becoming at one with 
myself and growing up a bit. and pass- 
ing my driving test. 

Top five games of 1993: Chess, Pitch 
and Putt, Kick Off, Sonic, Pictionary. 

Top five films of 1993: Taxi Driver 
(always), closely followed by Mean 
Streets, The Crying Game, A Fish 

Called 
Wanda. The 
Ukery Lads. 




Alien Liaison - 
wishful thinking 
from Frank. 



Favourite five records of 1993: Zooropa 

- U2. Debut - Bjork. A Love Supreme - 

John Coitrane. Ancorassieme - Claudlo Baglloni. 

Are You Gonna Go My Way - Lenny Kravltt. 

Favourite book of 1993: Allen Liaison - Wow! 
They're really out there, man. 

What would you most like for Chnstmas 1993: 
A good woman! 



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O PHILIPS PRO 2000 MONITOR/TV 

If you want excellent picture quality from your 
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any tedious messing around with cables, look no 
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more could you want? 

PUKE £239.95 

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Q AMIGA 

The future of Amiga games is here, in the form of 
Commodore's latest Amiga. It's a CD-based console, 
built around the same powerful CPU and custom 
chip set as the Ai 200. Comes with two excellent 
games : Diggers (FG93%) and Oscar. 
PRICE 



0628 770088 



O AMIGA 1200 

Commodore's flagship machine not only plays 
many stonking games, but the Desktop Dynamite 
pack comes with the excellent drawing program 
DPaint IV and Wort/worth. Plus, don't forget the 
two games: Oscar and Dennis. 



£349.99 



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O THE BUG 

It may look somewhat weird, but it's one of the 
finest joysticks we've ever seen. In fact the gospel 
truth is that it's so popular in the Af offices that 



It may not be state-of-the-art but it's still a 1Mb 
Amiga with CD-ROM drive, floppy disk drive, key- 
board and mouse for an extremely good price. It 
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Amiga with the PD ParNet software. 



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O AOOOCV030 

Filling the gap between the A4000V040 and A1200, 
this is powerful and extremely expandable, with a 
25 Mhz 68030 processor and space for an extra hard 
drive and up to 18 Mb of memory on board. 



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O WORDWORTH 2 

Word processing gets serious! This powerful and 
easy to use program from Digita is definitely one 
of the finest word processors on the Amiga, though 
Version 3 is due early next year. 



PRICE 



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O BRILLIANCE 

You probably got a copy of DPaint with your 
Amiga, but that's getting a little long in the tooth 
these days. Digital Creations started from scratch to 
produce this powerful AF Gold winning package. 



O VIDI AMIGA 12 

Capturing the real world and saving it to your hard 
disk has never been easier than with this video digi- 
tiser. This gadget is more fun that you might 
imagine - it can take a video signal from a camera 
or VCR and convert the picture on your TV screen 
into an IFF file for printing out or using as a basis 
for your own pictures in Brilliance or DPaint 
PRICi £9aV95 

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rf you've ever had a yen to transform a baby into 
an owl, or a car into a running horse, this could be 
the program for you. The powerful graphics pack- 
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ads and in the Terminator 2 movie. Very weird and 
very wonderful. 

£199.95 



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© FINAL COPY II 

Softwood's latest barrage in the war of the word 
processors is Final Copy II, although fresh hostilities 
are soon to break out with the release of Final 
Writer, a big brother to this program. This latest 
version supports the AGA modes on the A 1200 and 
A4000. In operation it's quite similar to Wordworth 
2, so you don't need both! 



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Getting a little short on hard disk space? Why not 
add a few extra megabytes of very fast disk space 
by adding a SCSI 2 hard disk drive and interface to 
your machine. 

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0234 843388 



© SPORTSTER MODEM 

There's a whole virtual world of bulletin boards and 
on-line games out there, and this AF Gold-rated 
modem could give you access to it. It's small, fast 
reliable and only looks a little bit like a stylophone. 




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O POWER SCANNER 

If you're involved in Desk Top Publishing, you'll 
know how useful it is to be able to scan illustra- 
tions or other printed images into your computer 
and include them in your documents. 
PRICE £119 (mono) 



Power Computing 



0234 843388 



O NICK VEITCH 

To complete the Amiga set-up for the serious 
Amiga user, why not add a Veitch? An excellent 
source of knowledge about the Amiga, but watch 
out for the excessive Guinness consumption and 
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decide what to get your loved ones. But if they are Amiga users, you can take it from us that there's nothing 
and come up with one or two gift ideas, from stocking fillers right up to spoilt brat presents. 



ours keep falling apart from overuse and we have 
to buy new ones all the time. Also available in black 
with silver 'eyes'. 



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Cheetah 



061-954 4060 



O AMIGA FORMAT 

Keep in touch with all the latest developments in 
the world of the Amiga with Amiga Format the 
world's biggest selling Amiga magazine, and Amiga 
Format Specials, each edition of which concentrates 
on a different aspect of the Amiga. 



O SCREENPLAY 2 

Leam the secrets of successful game playing in this 
book written by all-round Amiga games expert and 
ex-AF writer Maff Evans, a man who has been 
reviewing Amiga games and giving the best tips in 
the business ever since the first Amiga 500 came 
out in 1987. Packed with hints, tips cheats and solu- 
tions, this is an invaluable guide for the serious 
games player. 
PRICE 



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0458 73279 



FRONTIER 

Cruise around the universe, buying things, selling 
them and shooting pirates. You can also take on 
missions such as military courier, passengers or 
assassinations. It takes some getting into, but rf s 
definitely worth the effort. 



PRICE 



£29.95 



O JAMES POND 2 - ROBOCOD CD 32 
Dr Maybe has taken over the main toy factory at 
the north pole, and is making all of the cuddly pen- 
guins explosive. Can special agent James Pond 
(codename : Robocod) use his experimental 
Robocod expandosuit to foil Dr Maybe s evil plan? 
One of the classic Amiga games comes to the CD 32, 
but remember it's also available on floppy disk at a 
bargain budget price. 
PRICE 



£29*99 



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0753 553445 MILLENNIUM 



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O HIRED GUNS 

Shooting hideous alien muties has never been so 
much fun! This state-of-the-art game has you play- 
ing a group of four mercenaries in a variety of 
increasingly difficult missions to free a plant from 
genetic freakdom. Violent , but great fun. 



© 

The older Amiga mice were dreadful things, the 

mouse which comes with the A1200 still leaves 
something to be desired, and the CD 32 doesn't 
come with a mouse at all. The Powermouse is 
smooth, with a 400dpi resolution. 



£34.99 PRICE 



© MOUSE IVIAT 

Give your mouse a life of ease with this Amiga 
Format mouse mat. It's emblazoned with the Amiga 
Format logo, it's flat, with rounded corners and you 
can put your mouse on it. 



Future Publishing 



0458 73279 



G ANALOGUE JOYSTICK 
Flight sims can be much more realistic with an ana- 
logue joystick: after all, real pilots don't use a Bug. 
Aanalogue sticks also give much smoother, more 
realistic control because the amount your plane or 
car turns is proportional to the amount you move 
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THE AMIGA GAMES scene is 

dying. Like ihe Vic-20, the Sinclair 
Spectrum and the Atari STs did before it. 
Bui those machines all died out because 
they were made obsolete by newer and bet- 
ter machines like the Amiga. Users aband- 
oned diose machines in droves lor the 
chance of owning a spanking new A500. 
The Amiga, on the other hand, is still the 
world's most powerful and flexible home 
computer. The Amiga isn't losing users to a 
new super-machine - in fact the newest 
super- machine nan \miga. the A 1200 

No. The Amiga games scene is dying 
because some Amiga owners are loo self- 
ish, and loo stupid, to do anything about 
it. The Amiga games scene is dying 
because piracy is so rife dill software com- 
panies can't sell enough copies of most 
games to make them pay. Companies are 
abandoning the Amiga in favour of the con- 
soles because while cartridge piracy exists, it 
is infinitesimal when compared to piracy on 
the Amiga. The average Amiga game sells 
around 8,000 copies. There arc over 
1,500,000 Amigas in the UK alone. This 
means your average game manages to sell 
to a mere half of one per cent of all owners. 



If you buy and us* illegal loftwar* you am contribut- 
ing to the downfall of the Amiga Industry. 



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have long attempted to justify 
their actions !>\ claiming that games are 
too expensive. This may be true, but there 
is no chance of prices dropping while 
games are selling in such low quantities. 
The fact that budget rc-relcases of games 
are pirated just as frequently as full-price 

product makes a mockery «>i ilii*- defence. 

Pirates often claim that most games 
aren't any good. But if a game is no good, 
why pirate copy it? And the standard of 
Amiga games is as high or higher than that 
of the consoles - how many times do you 
spot the words 'a conversion of an Amiga 
game" in console mags? Many of the best 
and most original games came from the 
Amiga. Sure, some names are crap, but a 
quick flick through a reputable mag like 
Amiga Format'** review pages will prevent 
anyone wasting money on a dog. 

Some pirates claim that they can't 
afford games. This may l>e true, but if you 
can't afford the petrol, you can't drive the 
car. Tough... hut true! If vou can't afford 
the software, you should make do with 
what you have, or use the PD, or magazine 
Coverdisk demos, or the local library, or 
swap with your mates - the options are end- 
less, hut for many theft is the easiest one. 

Now, we her* at Amiga Format are writ- 
ing this feature to get one simple message 
through to all vou Amiga users. If you use 
copied games you will be responsible for 
the- death of the Amiga games scene. There 
will be no new games for the Amiga by 
mid 1995. Now that m.iv sound a long way 
oil. hut it will come around sooner than 
you think, and then that £300 worth of 
cheese coloured 52-bit wedge will be just 
so much junk. We don't want (he Amiga to 
die. and we're damn sure vou don't either. 
So think as vou tuck in to vour Christmas 
dinner, those cheap games could work out 
to be very, VCiy expensive indeed. 





The Mjj of Death 

It's killing the industry" - so say all those who suffer from it and those who try 

to prevent it. But the pirates who actually break the law have their point of 

view too. Over the next four pages we let them all have their say... 



JOHN LOADER - LEADING INVESTIGATOR FOR FAST 



More than 50,000 illegal disks have 
been seized by FAST (Federation 
Against Software Theft) investigators 
In the past year. They have at least one 
new case of piracy every week and 
following a new prosecution initiative 
funded by ELS PA. they are now await- 
ing trial on 10 cases. We talked to lead- 
ing investigator John Loader, who 
described how FAST came about. 

"It was set up in 1964 as a result of 
the computer industry lobbying parlia- 
ment to get the law changed. The 
software industry pushed for the law to 
include software, the government said 
OK, but you'll have to set up your own 
watchdog to keep tabs on it . So FAST 
was founded in the shape of one man - 
Bob Hay. The new Copyright Act of' 88 
actually made tt a criminal offence to copy disks 




Leading investigator John 
Loader uses his 30 year's 
experience In the MET to help 
FAST catch crooks. 



O: What sort of sentences does it carry? 

JL: For some offences you can get two years' impris- 



got to look 

against the) 



onment, others can be dealt with In a 
magistrate's court where it carries a six 
month maximum sentence. But in prac- 
tice, ft doesn't happen often. The alter- 
native is a £5,000 fine and/or six months 
imprisonment in lower courts, or £5,000 
with two years in Crown Court. 

<!>: What do you feel about the way the law 
stands at the moment? 
JL: The punishments provided are ade- 
quate, I'd just like to see them deeper 
ranging. At the magistrates' court 
although they can punish over six 
months, it is seldom used. But one of 
the things we try to do is make courts 
aware of what a problem it is to the 
software industry... the Amiga is suffer- 
ing very badly from piracy. You've only 
at the number of games released last year 
new games that are released this year. 

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JOHN LOADER - LEADING INVESTIGATOR FOR FAST 



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O: Do people inform you of pirates? 
JL: We get complaints by telephone from all sorts of 
people - those who've bought pirated software and 
have just realised what they've done is illegal 
because they've seen the prices in the shops. You've 
got shopkeepers who see these stalls active, in 
action, and it's ruining their business. And you get 
everybody in between really. 

£>: What's the next step? 

JL: We used to direct those complaints to the Police 
or Trading Standards officers, but Trading Standards 
would say they couldn't do anything about It 
because they didn't have the resources. The Police 
would say they've got burglars to catch so they don't 
think it's serious enough for us. Last year Roger 
Bennett went to the ELSPA council and said we need 
to do it ourselves or we'll do it through FAST, but 
we've got to do something. 

15: So what happens now? 

JL: I'm running a team of six investigators all over 
the country. They channel their actions back to me. 
I get big sacks of disks and notes as to how they got 
them and comments made by the 
pirate - all the facts of the case. 
I put them together, type out the 
summonses and send them off to 
their local magistrates court. 
They issue the summons and sign 
it and the guy has to go to court 
and answer the charge. Then I 
come along and present the facts. 
In such a case where he might 
say he's going to plead not 
guilty, he's going to deny the 
offence, I'd employ a local solici- 
tor to handle the case for me. 



O: When do the Police get involved? 
JL: The only time is when I need 
an officer to come with me, say 
to a market stall, mainly to pre- 
vent a breach of the peace. The 
presence of the uniform gives it 
the credence that he's being 
dealt with property. 



A hug* pile of 2,200 disks, picked up from 
a market stall, lies on FAST'S office floor. 
Among the disks were copies of games 
which had only been on tale for a week. 



£>: Does FAST deal with serious software as well? 
JL You can subdivide it. Of course, there's a lot of 
spill-over because, for example, a guy might be sell- 
ing PC disks and he'll always sell both business and 
games. Basically I deal with software for the Amiga, 
Sega and then a lot of the console stuff. 

£>: What's the percentage of pirated to legal software? 
JL: It's impossible to assess... it's a very large ratio, 
illegal to legal. You've just got to look around our 
office: there's 2,200 disks in that pile that we picked 
up in Camden Market two Sundays ago. One of my 
investigators was recognised and the bloke legged it 
abandoning all thoses disks. How many thousands of 
disks has he got elsewhere? In that bundle, there 

CASES FAST 

• High Street dealer in Wales selling copied games 
to customers, four month suspended prison sen- 
tence and £1.000 fine. 

• Youth In Cleveland selling copies by mail order, 
fined £250. 

• Young man In Liverpool dealing copies from 
home lost 3,500 disks and fined £200. 

• Employed Sussex man dealing in disks from 
home In spare time fined £650 at Crown Court, 
lost 2,500 disks and his computers. 

• Swindon man selling at car boot sales, 80 hours 
community service, paid £250 at Crown Court 



were 18 or 20 copies of Space Hulk, Hired Guns, Prime 
Mover, all the latest stuff which has only been out 
for a week or so. 

O: Are most pirates amateurs, or professionals? 
JL: When you go right across the scene, you've got to 
start from the Bulletin Boards and the cracking 
teams. They do it for kicks. Then you get guys who 
»re on the boards - they're on to get the software 
they want. They get the stuff off the boards or from 
modem-trading and they amass the software. They 
seem to go across into the market stall area where 
you get guys who are dealing with the modem 
traders - usually mail-ordering and the market stall 
guys are getting it from the modem-traders. 

When it comes to the market stall traders, you're 
talking about people who're purely in it for the 
money. They're not the slightest bit interested in 
Amiga software - last year they were probably sell- 
ing videos. There is a lot of money in ft - there are 
some very heavy people involved in It now. 

They're actually cartels, operating at a number 
of car boots at the same time. Look at the overheads 
- they've got 25-50p per disk and sell them for £1.50- 

£2 per disk. These guys are 
making £100.000 a week. 

O: Is it true that software houses 
and programmers are leaking the 
stuff to the pirates? 
JL: There is more than a little 
truth to those sort of sugges- 
tions. That's all I can say. 

O: What about CD piracy? 
JL: The latest I'm hearing about Is 
a guy's selling a complete range 
of Nintendo software on one CD. 
It costs £620. You're talking 
about 600Mb of info. How many 
has he got to sell before he 
recoups the £3,000 for the CD 
presser? So he buys a CD manu- 
facturing machine, makes the 
CDs, sells 500 and he's made 
more than his money back. 
CD will be a problem, yes, 
because though you can't do it 
cheaply now, the technology will overtake it and no 
matter what you do, someone will find a way round it. 

£>: Do you think if software was cheaper there would be 
less piracy? 

JL: I don't know. Budget titles are still cracked. 
Budget titles are only £8-10 aren't they? And you get 
just as many cracked disks for the budget titles. 

O: What about games that cost up to £70? 
JL: Well you could apply that argument but I would 
counter that by saying Jaguar motor cars are a lot of 
money, but I don't go out and nick one I make do 
with a Nissan. If you can't afford it. you can't afford 
it that's what life's all about. 

HAS SOLVED 

and lost his stock of disks. 

• Man in York fined £320 plus £200 costs, lost all 
his disks, for car boot sales of Amiga games. 

• Essex man selling at car boots fined £480, £75 
costs, lost all his disks, plus Amiga 2000 and 
1.2GigaByte hard drive which contained com- 
pressed files for every major Amiga program 
ever issued. 

• Pirate BBS case is due for hearing before end of 
the year. This will be followed by more in the 
first months of 1994. Bulletin Boards will be the 
main target areas next year. 




KEV BULMER 

MD, Dimension Creative Designs. 
Responsible for Legends of 
valour and Resolution 101. 

We don't make much profit, but we do 
enjoy doing what we do. If Amiga piracy 
continues, then its up to the publishers 
who advance us development money 
against potential sales if they want us to 
develop for the Amiga. 

Software publishers at the moment are 
not interested in developing for the 
Amiga, the CD 32 yes, but not the Amiga. 

People who pirate will suffer in the 
long run. They might have 200 games to 
plav with this month, but in six months all 
of the big software houses will have pulled 
out and they'll be left with nothing. 



DINO DINI 

A firm f ootv fan, Dino has pro- 
duced Kick Off 2 and Coal. 

I work for a living, not to provide enter- 
tainment for free. If the level of Amiga 
piracy stays the same, I will continue to 
support it, but only because I can also pro- 
duce other formats as well. On its own, it 
wouldn't be worth it. Goal' is probably the 
last game I will develop on the Amiga first. 

Pirates should sec that there aren't as 
many new games coming out as there used 
to be. It's time to grow up and buy games. 
If they carry on like this, they can look for- 
ward to a future where the only software 
they can get for their Amiga is in the 
Public Domain. 

Piracy is theft and is done bv rather 
sad. juvenile misfits. It has no excuse. It 
will ultimately mean that the quality of 
Amiga software will decline. If pirates want 
good games, if they want the Amiga to sur- 
vive, it's up to them. 




ANDY BRAYBROOK 

Programmer, 
Craftgold ^^ 
Andy has W\ i 

worked on Fire 
and Ice and Uridium 2. 

The more piracy there is. the less able we 
are to develop new games. But the Amiga 
platform is moving on to be less piratable. 

With CD 32 and the CD add-on for the 

A 1200 there's going to be less piracy... The 

arrival of CD 32 actually means we're going 
to stay in the market a lot longer than we 
would have done. 

Software pirates onlv realise how much 
damage they're doing when it affects them 
personally. We get people who come into 
the office who suddenly realise how much 
what they're doing affects what we do for 
the Amiga. 



PETER MOLYNEUX 

md, Bullfrog. 
Bullfrog have produced 
great games like 
Populous and Syndicste. 




Piracy on the Amiga is a serious 
threftl and to my mind the pirates 
have won. We didn't put copy pro- 
tection on Syndicate - there's no 
point putting protection on games, 
because they only get hacked within 
a couple of days. 

Here's a message for Amiga 
pirates: congratulations, you have 
now won over on the hacking side, and you have shown us how 
much better you are than us developers. Well done for making 
the Amiga a secondary marketplace behind the PC - we always 
used to develop first and toremost for the Amiga, but too much 
piracy means this is no longer the case. 



Bullfrog's P«t*r Molynvux ha* 
a strong message for pirates 




DETECTIVE SERGEANT STEVE 
LITTLER, COMPUTER CRIME UNIT, 
NEW SCOTLAND YARD 

£>: What's the police's attitude in general 
towards software piracy? 
SL: It's something that's left to a certain 
extent to FAST. They do a lot of the investi- 
gation and call upon our assistance when 
they need it. It's not an act that many policemen 
have to deal with. If you think of all the acts on the statute 
book, unless you know specifically where to go to, I could see 
the problems that would arise. 

O: What if saw someone selling illegal software at a market, would 
you make an arrest or would you pass the info on to FAST? 
SL: Not directly, because obviously we'd want to know a bit 
more about it and we would probably let FAST know some- 
thing about that. 

O: Is there a procedure the Police go through with FAST? 
SL: Because of where we are (Scotland Yard) we deal with 
them quite a lot so we tell them the information and then 
they deal with it. FAST have the knowledge that we could 
never gain, because we can't get any expertise in individual 
operating systems that they can, because we haven't got the 
resources, the manpower and generally things like that. 

O: What sort of cases have you dealt with? 

SL: The ones that we've had and assisted them with are 

Bulletin Boards. 

£>: Do you think the police take piracy seriously enough? 

SL: Any crime is a crime, isn't tt? I would say that very few 

people come to us complaining of software piracy or theft. 



A SPECIAL CASE 



Police office Sergeant Mick Pearson, from Dudley, is one 
of those rare officers with the specialist knowledge 
required to recognise and deal with piracy. Sgt Pearson 
has an A1200, having upgraded from an ASOO this year. 

When he went to buy some Amiga games from a 
man who advertised in his local paper, he suspected him 
of dealing in copied software. After further investiga- 
tions, Sgt Pearson pursued the case and his investigation 
resulted in an arrest. The case went to court, the magis- 
trate gave the man a conditional discharge and ordered 
that he should pay the court costs, that all the disks 
should be confiscated and that his A1200 should be given 
to FAST to further their progress in fighting piracy. 



SMALL AD DEALER 



An ad in a local newspaper offered all 
the latest game releases for sale at £1 
each. So we contacted the number in 
the ad to find out exactly what the 
seller was up to. We told him we were 
from Amiga Format, he agreed to talk to 
us. He said he worked for MicroProse 
and, as member of staff, that he could 
buy the games at a discount. 

However, he also said: "I've got 
everything for sale on the market - all 
the latest releases. I can't go through 
2,000 games with you really. 

"My games aren't pirated - they're 
original stuff. They're not for sale at £1 each, they're £10. 1 know a lot of pirates. 
Everyone who's got an Amiga I reckon has got copied stuff, but obviously I'm against it 
because I work for MicroProse. Everybody who works for MicroProse is allowed a spe- 
cific number of games a year and you can do what you like with them really. You hold 
your allowance for a certain amount of time and you can get a bulk order. 

"I don't want you to contact MicroProse. They don't set any rules about what 
you're meant to do with the stuff, but it is a bit iffy.' 

When we contacted MicroProse, they said that although they were aware that staff 
receive free copies of some games, they do not have a staff discount scheme and were 
shocked by what this man was doing. 



The latest Amiga games on tale for £1 a 

disk' But is it all above-board? 




ROGER BENNETT, GEN SECRETARY, ELSPA 

"Piracy," he says, "is a major source of loss of revenue for legitimate 
publishers - somewhere between £50 to £70 million loss in the UK alone. 

O: What can be done to stop it? 

RB: Hopefully, the new technology will stop it. Although whenever there's new tech- 
nology someone will always find a way of cracking it but it might be a lot easier to 
protect. At the moment ELSPA (European Leisure Software Publisher's Association) are 
investing very heavily in investigating software piracy in every possible area. 

O: What measures do you think they could take to tighten up on piracy? 
RB: They must be wary of leaving review copies anywhere, in any circumstances. At 
the ECTS a software publisher left his stand for two minutes and within three days It 
was on sale in Europe. Security is the name of the game as far as software houses are 
concerned. 1 know there are problems in some software houses, and they have to get 
to grips with it. There's now little they seem prepared to do in terms of protection, at 
least on the disk. Manual protection, at least is still the most effective means. 

O: How do you think CD is going to effect piracy? 

RB: it costs quite a lot of money to buy a machine to duplicate a CD, in which case If s 

easier to isolate those machines if anyone is actually duplicating on it. 

O: What do you think of the news that Frontier: Elite 2 has been released on a Bulletin Board? 
RB: It's clear that as soon as games are released they're cracked and put on Bulletin 
Boards for distribution the same day. The Home Office Committee are investigating 
computer pornography and offensive material transmission by Bulletin Board shortly. 

O: Is the situation with the Amiga the worst? 

RB: Yes, because a lot of product is easily piratable - back-up devices are available 
widely and legally - and on a single disk. PC product is multi-disk which makes it more 
difficult and it's manually protected as well. 

O: What would you say to someone who's pirating software, or using pirated software? 
RB: There's always the risk if you've got a hard drive you could easily corrupt what 
you've got on it by using pirated software. Those who buy counterfeit software are 
likely to find that they won't have any software to pirate in the long term - the Amiga 
market has been substantially reduced as a result of piracy. 



MARTYN BROWN Director and project manager, Team 17 

Team 17 have a exceptional reputation 1°' mi.ilit\ software - such as Body Blows, Alien Hunt 
and Project X- often at very competitive prices. Because the main arguments of users of 
copied software are that games are loo expensive, or too crap to warrant paying (or, we 
thought Martyn Brown would have a more encouraging tale to tell. Not so... 

"Price doesn't make a difference - the cheaper games arc copied just as much. Our 
prime concern isn't for how much money we're making, we have to make a profit but I'm 
not bothered about getting mega-rich. I love the job. 

"We're bothered about the future of the Amiga. There will be no games in the luture 
if piracy continues. But people don't see what they are doing as an individual is affecting 
the industry. They just think 'well, it's just one copy. It can't do am harm*. But it does." 







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in the course of our investigations for this feature we came 

across a dot matrix printout that included a comprehensive 

list of Amiga games for sale for £2.50 for the first disk, and £1 

for subsequent ones, we contacted the seller, who turned out 

to be an affable and intelligent man in his early twenties. He 

agreed to the following interview... 



?>: How long have you been involved with soli- 
ware piracy? 

About three months now. 

f I?\ How did vou get involved? 

A mate of mine, he's a real entrepreneur, said to 
me that he could get the games, and did I want to 
sell them. I look after my sick father. I'd just fin- 
ished my degree, and my mate knew I needed to 
make some extra monev. He knew someone in one 
of the large piracy organisations, and they'd 
stopped dealing in software, so he got me all the 
letters and I replied to them. 

Cp: So did you have, or do you now have, any 
interest in computer games? 

I'm not very interested in computer games at all, I 
used to be. I had a Spectrum. C64 and an Amiga. 



But my interest sort of died. 

O: How do you get the software? 
My mate, he's got a modem, he 
downloads the games. 




£>: Does it ever strike you that 
piracy is wrong at all? 
Yes, I consider myself very hon- 
est. I know piracy is wrong, but if 
I wasn't doing it, someone else 
would be in my place. I've got to 
make my money somewhere, I 

e can't get a job. I'd rather not do 
it, I don't make a lot of money 
out of it 

I deliberately don't make a lot 
of monev out of it. I don't want 
FAST on me. I don't think FAST 
are going to touch me, they've 
got plenty of other people to do. 



*S; So you don't have your own 

modem ai home? 

No. I don't have any gear at my 

house. I have a PO box. but that's registered at 

someone else's house, and the Amiga isn't there. 

O: These precautions are for fear of prosecution? 
Not prosecution, no. You see in Scotland (where 
this man is from] the Prosecutor Fiscal has 
declared that it isn't in the public interest to prose- 
cute software pirates. But the police can come 
round and confiscate all vour gear. 



This software pirate makes a living 
from what he does. He has no interest 
In computers, let alone the Amiga, so 
If the market dies, he'll move on to 
another machine. 



O: How do go about getting 
vour custom? 

I advertise in the local paper. 
We're advertising on cracked 
games now as well. 



£>: Aren't you concerned that piracy will kill the 
games industry? In the end it will result in vou hav- 
ing nothing to sell. 

In my experience, pirates really don't care. 
There's always something else to copy. Cartridge 
piracy is increasing. Compact Disc copiers are only 
a few thousand pounds. No one cares whether it's 
the Amiga or any another machine. 



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We'd like to put a stop to the speculation and 
gel a clearer picture of the extent of Amiga 
piracy. So we're asking the biggest network of 
Amiga users in the world. Amiga Format readers, 
to give us the low down. This will be in com- 
plete secrecy, we don't want to know your name 
and address. Just answer these questions... 

1. Have you ever owned a piece of pirated 
Amiga games software? 

Yes - go to question 2 
No - go to question 10 

2. How many pirated games do you have? 



3. How did you get them? 
Car boot sale Mail order 
From a friend From a Bulletin Board 
Other, please specify: 



4. Do you still have any pirated Amiga 
games software? 



Yes 



No 



5. Why do you use/buy pirated software? 
Games are too crap 
Games are too expensive 
I am an habitual criminal 
Other, please specify: 



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6. What do you consider would be a fair 
price for an Amiga game? 



£30 
£15 



£25 
£10 



£20 
£5 



7. Do you intend to continue practising 
piracy, even though it could mean the end 
of the Amiga? 



Yes 



No 



8. Are you... 
A student 
Unemployed 
Working 
Other, please specify: 



9. How much <on average) do you pay per 
disk for pirated software? Now go to num- 
ber 11. 



10. Congratulations, you are an honest 
responsible Amiga user who shouldn't 
have to put up with inflated software 
prices because of all those selfish, stupid, 
conceited people who use pirated games. 

11. Now send this questionnaire to: 

The Great Piracy Survey, 

Amiga Format 

30 Monmouth Street Bath 

Avon BA1 2BW. 



DAVID BRABEN 

Greats such as Elite and Frontier 
Elite 2 come from the Braben brain. 

Piracy means that I may not be supporting the 
Amiga in the future. I've always liked the Amiga as 
a machine. The hacking isn't a problem, it's the 
people who sell the garnet t>n ihe streets who're 
doing the real damage. 



So where do we 
go from here? 

So then- you ha\e it, ihe wew of piracy from ihose 
who really know. The games developers who will be 
forced to abandon the Amiga if it continues, the 
men who dedicate their lives to combating it. and 
the people who actually do it. 

The impressive thing here is that everyone 
tares about the future of the Amiga. Except, of 
course, for the guys who arc actually selling pirated 
s< tftware - they just want your cash. 

The Amiga has more enthusiastic and dedi- 
cated bunch of users than any computer. This is 
you I'm talking to. The machine keeps getting bet- 
ter and better, as does the software, die customer 
support, (the magazine?). But it could all be 
brought down by a bunch of no good thieves who. 
in some cases are making more money than legiti- 
mate software shops. 

FAST are doing their best, but only one group 
of people can really stop Amiga piracy, and save 
the Amiga from certain death. Vou! 

Spread the message, save the machine. £? 



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Campaign II heralds a new generation of War 
Simulations with more depth than ever before 
and fabulous real-time 3D action. 

The depth to Campaign II is provided by the all 
new strategy. Expert Military consultant, Wilf 
Owen, from recent conflicts has brought his 
knowledge to bear on computer gaming with an 
end result that looks and feels more realistic 
than ever before. All aspects involved in the 
running of an army have been considered, so 
that now you can place yourself in command of 
either side, at any level in the chain of 
command. Over 1 30 templates of the most 
significant military forces from 56 different 
nations of the last 50 years have been 
included to gain an insight into real conflicts 
such as Korea, Vietnam and Operation 
Desert Storm. 

The action takes the form of fast 3D 
graphics if you choose to enter the 
battlefield in one of the 1 52 types of 
military vehicles. APCs and Mobile 
Artillery, utilise weapons ranging from 
wire-guided missiles, rockets, homing 
missiles, and machine-guns supported 
by laser rangefinders to tracer range- 
finders, night vision, and gun stabilizers. 





• Campaign II has emerged as the most comprehensive 
simulation with new improved strategy, at any level in the 
Chain of Command (C.o.C), closely resembling that of a real 
military situation. 

• Hands-on action as you fly helicopters in air-to-ground or air- 
to-air attacks. 

• Deploy the animated infantry during fierce battlefield action 
in a new improved 3D environment. 

• Featuring all the modern weapons systems: guided missiles, 
rockets, homing missiles, laser rangefinders, gun stabilizers 
and night sights. 




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Dogfight 
Overdrive 
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Donk 

?mier Manager II 

mbat Air Patrol 
Diggers AGA/lshar 
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Force Commander 
Brutal Sports | 

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Budgets | 

Secret of Monkey Island 

Crystal Kingdom Dizzy 

Thomas the Tank Engine 
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INTRODUCING OUR PANEL OF EXPERT GAME REVIEWERS... 



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MARCUS DYSON 

Now that 
he's 

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asked to 
DJata 

*" Bath 
club, 'The Boss' has 
been ferreting through 
his collection of noisy 
American guitar tunes 
and has issued a decree 
stating that he is to be 
addressed as MC Dr Dee 
and not Sir as we used 
to have to call him. 



ROB MEAD 

ir»! 

a month 
now 



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the big step up from 
ST Format Now he's 
revelling in the travel- 
ling life of an 
jet-setting computer 
journalist. We've 
already sent him to 
Germany, the sweet 
shop and Coventry. 



TIM SMITH 

Tim's 



moaning 
that he 
never 
gets his 
picture printed, and now 
you can see why. 

After getting his 
head into Premier 
Manager Tim was heard 
confiding to his Teddy: 
"When I grow up I want 
to be manager of Bristol 
City... or was it Rovers?" 



RICHARD JONES 



m9 birth 
of his 
baby 

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ter 

Caitlin, Richard's been 
taking an extra interest 
in the tone of games. 
"I'm glad they've 
changed the name to 
Donk!" he explained, 
"I hate to think of peo- 
ple sat around playing 
with their Dongs." 



RICHARD BAGULEY 

Tricky 
Dicky 
brought 
a 'friend' 
round to 
the office 
earlier this afternoon, 
didn't bother to intro- 
duce her to anyone, and 
then "Popped off early". 
So the whole team are 
going to rush round to 
his flat later under the 
flimsiest of pretexts to 
erm... visit him. 



STEPHEN BRADLEY 

Bradley's 

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doned 
the UK 
this 



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for the States. When we 
asked him which part of 
the US he was visiting 
he became very vague. 
But he did leave the 
office humming Kirsty 
McColl songs and clasp- 
ing a copy of The 
Witches of Eastwkk. 



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The race to hit the top spot at close of play on December 24 is hotting up. Will you be Hiring a 
Gun, Trekking to the Stars, or just plain Cannon Fodder in this Mortal Kombat of the softies? 



ast year, the small (but perfectly proportioned) platformmeister Zool 
topped the charts, and back in '91 it was WWF Wrestlemania - 
which was more Shirley Crabtree than Big Daddy. Other proud hold- 
ers of the Yuletide top slot include Powermonger (1990) and Batman 
989). And we've lined up the likely contenders for 1993, so check out the 
form and take your pick from the biggest names in the business. 




MORTAL KOMBAT. 



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VIRGIN 

Already number one H you believe the 
hype, this beat-em-up has already made a 
slight Impression In the console market. 
Digitised figures set It apart from the rest 
but the competrtton Is strong. Advertising 
power makes tt a real contender. 



Beat-em-ups art still the flavour of the 
month, so Mortal Hombst la looking good. 



CANNON FODDER, VIRGIN 

The SenslWes go to war In this 72-mrssion 
arcade extravaganza. Lead s band of five 
men through various terrains, littered with 
enemy traps. Already a Arm favourite with 
the tabloids, Cannon Foddor should be up 
there with the best of them. 



Reviewed thla month and demoed on the 
Coverdlak, CF has much In it* favour. 




JURASSIC PARK, 
OCIAN 





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It's got dinosaur* and the right name. 
Need we say more? 

Huge licence, bound to be a hit with 
all Amiga-owning dinosaurs, this could 
be the fairy on the tree. Still on at the 
plccles. this mixture of Isometric 3D 
action and point of view perspective Is 
where the smart money Is going. 



ZOOL 2, GREMLIN 




Back In style and 
variable In sex, 
the new Zool has 
a proven pedigree 
to live up to. 



A Gremlin brace? Last year Zook took 
the Christmas top spot, and now the 
young-fella-me-nlnia alien from the Nth 
dimension returns In the hope of gain- 
ing successive crowns. This time, 
Zool's got a sidekick - a two-headed 
dog called Zoon - and you can also 
play a female character, Zoo/. 



STAR TREK, 
INTIRPLAY 




Will the Trokklea come crawling out of 
the woodwork In their thousands to buy? 

Enterprising space exploration game 
with episodic quests to complete has 
fan appeal, although how many will be 
exploring space with kirk. Scotty, 
Spock and McCoy come Christmas 
remains to be seen. 



NIRED GUNS, 
PSYGNOSIS 




A maeetve score In the world's most Influ- 
ential games magazine should help... 

Shooting straight Into the charts at 
number two, Hired Guns Is a futuristic, 
multi-player RPG. Glowing reviews and 
solid early sales make It a prime 
contender, but has rt the bullets to 
Jump that extra place up the chart? 



PREMIER MANAGER 2, 
GREMLIN 




The challenge of doing Graham Taylors 
Job worse? than ha doe» it Immense. 

Alwayt wantftd to be the gaffer? Guide 
the lads from Conference to Premiership. 
Top of the league and top of the charts? 
Created by Realms of Fantasy. Ahem* 



SENSIBLE SOCCIR 
92/93, MINDSCAPE 




A stirring performance from England could 
have made all the difference to tales. 



Best seller of the year, and offlcal brtt- 
llant footy game. Has It the (egs to 
make another charge, one last kick to 
the tape? Write It off at your peril. 



SKIDMARKS, VISION 




SOFTWARE 

Causing a major stir when it appeared on 
4f51 Covenftek, Skidmarks Is a bash-env 
about (new genre) racing game from Kiwi 
softies Vision. An outsider for the top spot, 
but 140,000 of you have got the demo and 
there's plenty who want to see more. 



Car* and mayhem. Small sprites are 
vogue, end multi-player fun always ap 



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OUR PANEL OF EXPERTS' - NOT THE SAME CLASS AS A QUESTION OF SPORT', THOUGH... 

If you want to know the time, ask a policeman. If you want to get a reasonable guess at what will be number one 
in the charts at Christmas, ask the experts on Amiga Format. Either one will beat you up and arrest you 






Mortal Kombat Jurassic Park 



M SMITH - 
Hired Guns 



RICH- 

Fronrier 



JULES - 
Uridium 2 



-NESY - 
Cannon Fodder 




AND HERE'S THE LATEST BETTING (WOT WE JUST MADE UP) 



THE RACE FOR THE TOP 



1. Jurassic Pork 


3-1 


1 3. Alien Breed II: The 




2. Mortal Kombot 


4-1 


Horror Continues 


40-1 


3. Cannon Fodder 


9-2 


14. Championship 




4. Frontier: Elite II 


7-1 


Manoger '93 


50 1 


5. Zool 2 


15-2 


15. Skidmarks 


66-1 


6. Micro Machines 


8 1 


16. Xmas Lemmings 


66-1 


7. Second Samurai 


10-1 


17. Graham Taylor's 




8. Hired Guns 


12-1 


Soccer Challenge 


100-1 


9. Uridium 2 


16-1 


18. European 




10. Star Trek 


20-1 


Champions 


100-1 


1 1 . Premier Manager 


2 25-1 


19. Seek and Destroy 


200-1 


1 2. The Settlers 


33-1 


20. Soccer Kid 


500-1 





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SECOND SAMURAI, 

PSYGNOSIS 

Sam 2 hat 

quite a fol- 
lowing from 
the original . 

Sword slash 
smasher 
from VtvW 
with huge levels and more variety than 
Samsbury's. One of the beet of the year, 
but will It slice the yuletlde opposition? 
Late entrance may be a hindrance. 




MICRO MACHINES, 
CODEMASTERS 



Argument* about 
who gets a drive 
ara Inevitable. 



Stupid. Idiotic, 
moronic, hysteric - 
that 'a what you 
become when you 
play Micro 
Machines. The wackiest races yet and 
more fun than a week In Iblza with Kylle 
(Jimmy Will), thls'll have your Granny 
choking on her turkey. 




FRONTIER - 

ELITE 2, GAMETEK 




David Braben has spent time getting It 
right and the punters are queuelng up. 

Space-trading monster and sequel to 
the best-selling Elite. Straight In at No 1 
In November, Frontier is selling like hot 
cakes. Whether the cakes will still be 
hot In December Is another matter. 



SOCCER KID, 
KRYSALIS 



Can the Soccer 
KM keep It up all 
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-The boy wtth 
*^ r1 the ball at his 
side. - sang 
Morrlssey. and the Kid had us all drib- 
bling wtth praise back In October. With 
more tricks up his shorts than Gazza. 
Soccer KM Is a worthy stocking filler. 




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Fresh In 
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this German 
number Is a 
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Enter the cutesy God game. Territory 
expansion Is the name of the game, as 
you build castles and farms, but you do It 
In such a sweet way that the folk you're 
crushing could almost forgive you. 
Soft/era looks fantastic, but will It Jump 
off the shelves? 



I . Sensible Soccer 92/93 
Street Fighter 2 
Premier Manager 
Desert Strike 

5. Body Blows 

6. Lemmings 2 

7. Championship Manager '93 

8. The Chaos Engine 

9. Sleepwalker - Comic Relief 

10. Flashback 

I I . Syndicate 

1 2. Gunship 2000 

13. Goal! 

14. Graham Gooch Cricket 

1 5. Wing Commander 

16. Indiana Jones 

1 7. B-1 7 Flying Fortress 

18. Zool 

19. Formula One Grand Prix 

20. Reach for the Skies 

21. Nick Faldo's Golf 

22. Superfrog 

23. Monkey Island 2 

24. Civilization 

25. History Line 1914-1918 

26. Road Rash 

27. AV8B Harrier Assault 

28. Dune 2 

29. A-Train 

30. PGA Tour ♦ 

31. Campaign 

32. Legends of Valour 

33. John Madden Football 

34. Graham Taylor Soccer 

35. Jimmy White's Snooker 

36. Lotus 3: Ultimate Challenge 

37. WWF European Rampage 

38. Sim Earth 

39. Space Legends 

40. Rome AD92 

41. Pinball Fantasies 

42. Archer Maclean's Pool 

43. Combat Classics 

44. Putty 

45. N Mansell's World Champ 

46. Scrabble 

47. Fire and Ice 

48. Sports Masters 

49. Humans 

50. Chuck Rock 2 



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Dennis 

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F17 Challenge CD* 2 

Fatman: Caped Consumer 

Humans 1 & 2 CO 32 

Human* AGA 

K240 Utopia 2 

Liberation; Captive 2 CD 32 

Microcosm CO 12 

Monopoly 

Qwak CO 32 

Second Samurai 

Simon the Sorcerer A1200 



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Police Quest 1 

Qwest for Glory 1 

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Reunion 

Ryder Cup 

Seventh Sword of Mendor 

Space Quest 1 

Speedbail 2 CD 33 

Treasure In SHvedafce 

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Another World 
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Eye of the Beholder 1 

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Nick Faldo * Golf CD 32 

Rise of the Robot*. 

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Universe 



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RPQ from the makers of Wonder Doe 

Ocean Mischievous platform version of the film 

Alternative Walter the Wimp meets hi* match at last 

Team 17 Formula One racer with attitude 

Kompart Rotund tuperhero gets his comeuppance 

"| Two Jurassic plattormers for the price of one 

Gametek Enhanced version for A1200/A4000 owners 

Gremlin More god earning adventures In space 



In touch wtth your Inner setf. literally 
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Psygnosls Format Gold rated sequel to Mev Dlnc's classic 

Adventure Soft Monkey Island style graphic adventure 

US Gold Km» Grisly death Ice-hockey style 

US Gold/ KUx 92 * Xmas stoc king-fitter gets budget release 
Renagadt Sraybrook's astonishing thoot-emup 

US Gold Skating. skiing, you name rt. th*» has got It 

Grsmlln Zool goes ptettormlng with Zoon and Zooi - ace! 



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Help Bubble defeat the evU Cat O'hHne Tails 

Wacky Races-style racing game 

Stallone? Tour mother wants you 

Futuristic 3D adventure now on budget 

More cyberpunk fun In overhead a dventure 

Isometric role-playing game 

Nombat-thrashmg beat-em up from Finland 

Enhanced version of last year's arcade adventure 

Is Arnie taking the mickey, or what? 

Footy frolics wMh the lads from Old Trafford 

Whet's got a hazelnut In every Wto? 

i new Me Into H old graphic adventures 

Old Sierra RPG gets relabelled and reissued 

tware Dsghkved version of the RAC Rally 

Colonise the galaxy In this space strategy aim 

Join Nick Faldo and Tom Watson on the green 

Massive Dungeon Master style RPG 

Another S ierra adventure swaps sides 

32-tort version of bloody sports sequel 

WNd West graphic adventure 

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Graphically great arcade adventure going cheap 

Blue Byte perfect the art of war, probably 

Futuristic adventure from Lure progra m mers 

keen slldey things drip off platforms. Honest) 

Someday all nightmares will play like thh> 

Has this Ash HrwsHy cashed In his chips? 

Fovmaf Gold winning golf game gets converted 

Rondorod 3D cyborgs In beat-'em-up scenario 

Auto thrills horn the Micro Machine* crew 

CMttratJon-style strategy game set In space 

Long awaited sequel to Curse of Cnchantla 

Reasonable submanne simulator out on budget 



FURY OF THE 
FURRIES 

Groat balls of furl Small hairy creatures, 
the Tlnles, return from a rebel tour of earth 
to find their king kidnapped, their friends 
turned Into hideous monsters and their 
home planet, Sklumph, now a nightmare 
trail for their skills and adventurousness. 
WelrrJness Is Inevitable because this 
platformer Is French, from publishers 
Kallsto. It looks rather neat, though, and 




A furry bail that spits fire Is alwaya good 
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the varied control system (Tlnies can swim, throw fireballs and wield a rope, as well as 
eat chunks of the scenery) should make K quite absorbing. Tasty Intro, lota of cuteness 
and pretty pictures all add to the Instant appeal. 

Unusually limited to one player only, the game has 90 levels across 10 worlds and 
the added extra challenge of 100 bonus levels. It needs 1Mb of memory, costs £29.99, 
was supposed to be out on Nov 18 and is distributed by Mlndscape, 0444 246333. 



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Simple polnt-and-cllck Interface, lots of gags, nice Our hero is cast through a 

graphics - a Monkey Island Imitator, Indeed. time portal into world packed 

with strange creatures and even stranger people, and must wander the world 
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The point-and-click adventure is set for release in the third week of 
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GENESIA 

Return of the revenge of the attack 
of the mutant Populous clones hist 
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In the Poputous/CMRotton 
vein, your people must be sustained Certainly looks a little PopuJoua-iike. doesn't It? The 
and strengthened by careful manage- task of collecting jewels adds a new twist, though, 
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Inventions. When you get strong you can send armies to conquer and then colonise terri- 
tory, but there's always that task to bear In mind - you'll need to defeat opposing armies 
to capture the Jewels. And beware - unless you defend carelessly, you can lose Jewels 
too! Mlcroids' Genesis to out now from Mlndscape (0444 246333). 




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KINGS QUEST 6 

Sierra On-Line are now back in the 
Amiga market after a break when the 
US parent company decided it didn't 
want to develop Amiga titles for a 
shrinking Stateside market. The UK 
operation has since convinced them 
that the Amiga is thriving in the UK 
and Europe. Good thing too 

Second Amiga release (first up is 
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enduringly popular King's Quest 
series. This adventure started years 
ago and has grown ever since, 
enhancing its reputation with each new game, so 'more of the same' is a rec 
ommendation rather than a criticism. Expected at £34.99 in early January. 

GOBLINS 3 

The return of the return of the not-really- 
at-all-like-iemminc/s cutesy puzzle 
game is Sierra's first release on their 
re-entry to Amiga publishing Where 
the first gome required the positioning 
of three goblin characters to solve the 
problems, the sequel had only two and 
this, the third in the series (threequel?) 
leaves you with just the one cheeky 
chappie to control. Could this hove a detrimental effect? Hopefully not. 
Goblins 3 should be out right now, having been released on 10th November 
at £34.99 If you can't find it in the shops and you want to buy without wait- 
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Our fishy superhero is back, and this time he's. ..well... what? 
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In Pond 2, our hero could basically jump around and bop people, and he could stretch. In Pond 3 he 
has lots of special equipment and special moves. The trickiest thing In terms of programming Is that 
he's wearing moon boots — he can walk up walls and get upside down on the celling. 




ore is probably the 
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"We've been working on it for over 
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Millennium's development director. 
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"We didn't want to write just another 
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This means more 
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cream at the poles, and also crystal 
caverns. "Scattered throughout those 
zones are 105 levels," explains Ian, 
"but you don't hove to complete 
each one to get through to the end 
because there's lots of routes." 

More variety too, then? Indeed. 
"You choose your route from a map 




screen, which as you complete each 
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different angles. So there's an infi- 
nite variety of routes, and also you 
can find secret tokens which open up 
secret routes. Most keenos will find 
most of the secret stuff, but some of it 
will be pretty hard to find." 

There's more plot, too: and this 
is important. "Doctor Maybe, the 
arch enemy, has gone up to the 

moon to mine cheese in vast 
quantities in order to 
flood the world market 
and cause an 
economic crisis," 
explains Ian. "The 
player is trying to 
find the point on 
the map where 
Maybe puts in an 
appearance, which he 
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might expect, there's much more silli- 
ness on the way as well. 

"Along the way," continues Ian, 
"four of the levels are cheese mines, 
which you have to destroy". If you 
miss the mines, even if you defeat 
Maybe, you will be disappointed. 





And even if you manage to do all of 
these things, Maybe has one last 
shock in wait. "I'll give you o hint - it 
relates to the blue cheese. That's a 
surprise for the player, if he thinks 
he's done it," Ian says mysteriously. 

So there's more plot, and what's 
more, it's closely tied in to the 
player's progress in the game. 
"From time to time the player 
reaches 'Event Markers', which 
reveal the next bit of plot, encourage 
the player, and explain the pieces of 
stuff he's gathered." Pond can pick 
up all kinds of things, and some will 
be crucial to his progress. 

An example is "the beacon on 
each level, which is a glorified exit 
pole, and you have to bop it to pro- 
ceed. First time you encounter one 
you'll get a message from HQ. 
Sometimes you have to enable them 
by collecting other objects." 

On top of all this, there's more 
than just one secret agent in this 
game. Three others have been sent 
to the moon before and disap- 
peared, and Pond will need to find 
them, rescue them and use their spe- 
cial powers to complete his quest. 
The three are Fineas Frog, girl agent 



Angel Fish and Fineas' cousin, an 
archaeologist called Farley - who 
has a special purpose, which cannot 
yet be revealed I 

Pond has more powers: last time 
he could stretch, but now he can run, 
jump, climb surfaces, go into Turbo 
mode and even turn completely 
upside down. He con throw a 
punch, too, which is important: some 
baddies, if he just jumps on them, 
won't be harmed (though neither wi 
Pond) and, indeed, this is an impor- 
tant form of transport. 

All this isn't even the half of it, a 
thanks to Chris Sorrell, who did the 
original design. "It does seem that 
people are missing a trick by not 
doing more of the things that they 
could do," Ian comments. And is that 
about all we have time for? "Apart 
from the fact that it looks incredibly 
pretty and is incredibly playable - 
sell, sell, sell!" he chuckles. 

Expect Al 200 and CD^2 (with 
CD audio) versions in late February 
next year, with the A500/600 
version just a few weeks later. 
"The Amiga is closest to our hearts, 
so we're looking forward to spring- 
ing it on the Amiga community." 



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The most versatile of Pond's helpers, the first you And, Is Fineas Frog, who has special powers to 
bounce and a big long tongue. You can switch control to him. and you need to do so to win. You will 
be judged. In terms of the success of the mission, by how you rescue and use the lost agents. 





Pond can pick up most objects and move them 
or throw them. The most obvious example Is a 
stick of dynamite, used to destroy enemies or 
removable scenery Mocks. 



There are five guardian levels, only some of 
which you can avoid If you find secret routes on 
the map. and the boss baddies who occupy 
them are hard worst, with two stages. 



There are over 50 types of baddies. The most 
common are rats, brought from Earth to work In 
the cheese mines, but there are lots of native 
moon Inhabitants, like custard blob monsters. 



Equipment Pond finds Is vital. For Instance there 
Is a fruit gun. which fires apples, oranges and 
strawberries, but ft also fires cakes which home 
In on b a d tfl ee - It has to be seen to be believed. 



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Blasting off Into the groat beyond again. The external view can be rotated In any direction to give 
some panoramic views of the alien worlds, and weird and wonderful planet and star systems. 



moment's silence 
please while we 
remember. A long 
i time ago there was 
>. This game struck a 



The amount of fine del. ill In Frontier* world la quite astounding. There are twaja I 
explore, and If you fly down lo a planet and explore K. whole crtyscape* appear. 



system* to 





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games players. It put you at 
the controls of a spaceship 
left you to your own 
ices in a huge area of 
ce, free to trade, prospect, 
iggle, pirate, assassinate 
J get chased slap into an 
roid by the cops. That 
e was called Hire. Ten 
s have passed since Hit 
pleased, and now the 
uel has arrived and every- 
one is all-a-quiver. 

Basically Frontier is the 
ne game as Elite, there, it 
had to be said. The objectives, 
lie gameplay and game 
terns are the same, only 
igger, bolder and better. 
Let's start at the beginning, 
r grandfather is dead, bit 
blow that but these things 
pen. In his will he has left 
you a spaceship and his good 
wishes. The game starts with 
j sitting in the cockpit of 





Flv through a huge virtual reality, shoot some people 
I other people some fruit and veg. Elite is back, a 
bigger and badder than ever. Join us on a fantastic voyage 
of discovery as we explore David Braben's Frontier... 



crate with 100 cred- 
its and a ridiculous number of 
stars and planets to explore. 
At each starport or space 
station scattered across the 
star systems you con buy and 
sell goods and equipment for 
your ship and scour the local 
ads for interesting jobs. There 
is no single objective other 
amass money to 



bigger and meaner ships to 
journey further and survive 
longer. The ultimate aim Is to 
achieve the status of elite, 
meaning you are one danger- 
ous spoceball. 

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ships to use, all with different 
statistics and each can be 
ted out with swish bits of 
includi 



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Star quality 

How you go about things 
up to you. Trading in legal 
goods between safe planers 



a nice steady living that will 
keep you going for years. 
Answering an advert for o 
bounty hunter and trying a 
spot of assassination work is 
generally a rewarding and 



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The dead Impulsive docking with a apace station bit. H you 



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the external views as you fly away from Martin, the recommended starting place. Your best 
: to to buy some of the local animal meat and trade R waOi one of the nearby systems. 




mi there 
murky world of smug- 
gling and shady deals among 
the less well-policed systems. 

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and planets are wonderful 
detailed. The downside 

, on on A 600 on 
higher detail levels If 



jerky and slow. Frontier 
really benefits from a faster 
Amiga such as an A 1200. The 
sound isn't at all bad though 
with plenty of effects and 
some stirring classical music. 

Mars a day 



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«»vw- in space is weird at first 
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down, and banies can easily 
turn into a spinning frenzy as 

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bear. The navigation is han- 

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automatic pilot. The game is 
well constructed ond nothing 
Continued 



D THE UNIVERSE, BUT BE CAREFUL, SPACE IS A BIG, BIG PLACE 




Isn't she * beauty, and absolutely hug* too. One of the many spaceships ptytnfi the voM between 
star systems. The detail of the 30 graphics throughout Frontlet Is superb 



The end of life's great adventure. Your ship Is dispersed across the universe In very small bits 
you collide with a space station. Next time try olming for the landing dock. 



is particularly complicated, so 
once you've read through the 
manual once and tried out a 
few flights you'll have the 
hang of it. 

It's best to start with a spot 
of commodity trading then 
build up to a couple of the 
simpler missions to get some 
dosh together for better ship 
before you try anything really 
dodgy. To tackle the serious 
stuff you need to pack a much 
heavier punch. Getting to the 
heavy-duty ships will take a 
long, long time. 

One of the pains of the 
original Elite was docking 
with the space stations. It 
required plenty of practice 
and involved lots of frustrat- 
ing explosions. Frontier gives 



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Ptona* equipment. 1*»e > 
mended starting position 
tries complete with an auto- 
tic pilot, a real boon. Elite 
ists can start at the original 
rting position with the 
ne Cobra ship as Elite. 

Big, huge, massive 

The sheer size of the game is 
frightening, the tfar mops a 
there are millions of 
s to visit and you'll 
see all of it. It doesn't 
er fools gladly either; fly- 
to a star system without a 
rport, running out of fuel or 
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ship you always droa 

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and it is easy to muck things 
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Frontier also demands a 
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winded and frustrarin 

Aficionadoes of the origi- 
nal Elite may be a H 
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bones of the game are pretty 
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would have been nice to have 
had more interaction with the 
universe instead of constantly 
flying about and fighting. 

If you missed out on Elite 
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The basic concept is simple 
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ng. If you find yourself 
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a game that will last and last. 
There will always be another 
world to see, another few 
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Keeee-ricedl Just how many fad- 
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there is about as much cyberpunk in 
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Don't mistake these harsh words 
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Bros go when there isn't a crapulent 
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Because they are Japanese cartoon- 
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on caffeine - that's where those 
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Their task as part of 501 st Cyber 
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Well, you get a bunch of sprites that 
look alarmingly like Alec Alien from 
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lead the crew. Sure, you can pick 
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until he gets full-up, and then swap 
characters using the space-bar. Sure, 
it will appeal to younger Amiga own- 
ers as well as a legion of spotty 
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hasn't got the 
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higher levels or 
hold your interest 
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The map of your triumphant victory, or Is It the chart to your eventual and extremely painful doom? 
There's only one way to find out and that"* to move the marker, choose j mhwion and dive in 



Are you absolutely sufe that 
rock is really a rock?" 
"Yeah, it's a... blotta-blotta- 
blatt! Burrrrrr! Ding! Powl rock." 

"Fine. Where now? Down the 
dark tunnel? Info the underground 
river? Behind that glowing door with 
the big brown thing with teeth?" 

"Down the dark tunnel" 

"What's that noise?" 

"Oh, just a sound effect of a big 
thing with claws." 

Turn the lights on for a second, 
let's have a beer " 

"What was that noise?!" 

'Blarta-blatta-blattl" 

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and go for a beer." 

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your skeletal corpse." 

"You mercenary swine." 

■ "Yap!" 

Memories are mode of this. 
Hired Guns is one of those transi- 
tional games. It's one of those games 
that puis an end to one genre - the 

1 6-bit Bug Hunt - by topping it and 
doing it as well as any game of this 
heavy-fire, nasty-atmosphere, cruel 
sound effects and neat control system 
could ever hope to do. And then it 

forward to the games that will 
come after it. 

Shoot to thrill 

Basically this is Eye of the Beholder 
for people who can'l abide gnomes 
and paladins. But it overrides 



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f%, a couple of your pafc are dead! 



EOTB's control system with a slick- 
ness that we have come to expect 
from DMA. II is also Laser Squad 
from the perspective that we have 
desired for years and years. 

The games it 
looks forward to 
will come with 



the 32-bit 
Amigas, with the 
Amiga CD^2 s 
well as the addi- 
tion of texture 
mapping and 



«* Hir+d Ounm puts 
an end to one f" 
gsnre, and then 
looks forward to 

the games that 
will follow it.- 



can tell this most of all by the fact 
that they hove even built m a long- 
term retention device in the form of 
customisoble graphics. That's right, 
with a copy of the ubiquitous Deluxe 

Paint, you con 
build in your Own 



360-degree views. 

There is one thing that I have 
never said in o game review (and 
I've written loads of them) and that is 
that the programming team must be 
proud of this as an achievement. You 



choiatieis in the 
form of dear old 
Amiga IFFs 
(OPam/'s own file 
formal) Now if 
that isn't a bunch 
of developers say- 
ing: "Go on, get even more out this 
game. Get really involved in thisl " 
then I don't know what is. 

So, aside from all this praise, 
what's the game about? Well, there 
is a plot There are even Four manu 



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George, Rlngo. George and John all looking lor The Rolling Stones lo beat them up? Maybe not, 
these are your lads land lasses) of) to track down several space dollars worth of moat. 





What do they mean Missing in Action? It should 
say 'Dead, seriously non-alive. Stuffed Urgh." 



Escaped at last. Mission completed. Now off lor 
a well-deserved rest and a cocoa I don't think. 













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Coooo! Looks gorgeoui doesn't H? It looks Ilka that Wt of Wales you go past on the train on the way 
to Fishguard. Nop*, H looks like Hammersmith flyover after a few too many tequilas really. 




als, one of which is a novelette 
detailing this plot. Reality Break! 
Four manuals. Four nicely put 
together, shiny paper and missing 
apostrophe, manuals each with its 
own binding. Isn't 
this just a little 
excessive? 
Couldn't we have 
got the whole lot 



in one manual 

and saved on 

cost? Couldn't 

Psygnosis also 

have built the copy-protection sheet 

in the same manual? 

Back to the plot. Hell, you are on 
a planet. It is full of genetic freaks. 
They want to kill you. You are being 
paid to kill them. There would 



's one off the 
most atmospheric, 
exciting, tense 
and challenging 
games off the last 

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appear to be no room for conversa- 
tion or even the occasional game of 
football at Christmas: GeneFreak 
City v Mercenary United played out 
between the DNA-fractured trees 

and the strangely- 



formed rock 
outcrops. No, as I 
said, this is a Bug 
Hunt. Your char- 
acter motivation 
(hey, if Amiga 
-I games really are 

1 taking on movie- 

type qualities then why the hell 
shouldn't you play up like Al 
Pacino?), your motivation for all this 
killing, mayhem and generally 
mature behaviour is that you are a 
mercenary. In fact, you're four mer- 




Problems. proble ms . There's a very useful looking thing out in that nasty. Infested pond. You would 
rather Ilka to see what It Is. This calls for thought, reason, diving In, and kilting load* of things. 





A brick. Now that's useful. You can build 

to go and shake In a cowardly fashion. 



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Yes. It's definitely a brick all right. This handy. 
hi-tech Get Info options proves that point. 



cenaries. In fact, you can be one of 
four, or two of four, or three of four. 
And if four of you want to play Hired 
Guns, well just do it. 

You can be a mercenary with a 
soul, a mercenary with a dark secret, 
a mercenary with a workstation for a 
mind, a mercenary with poor dress 
sense, a mercenary with a beard, a 
mercenary with cramps every 28 
days... but most of all you can be a 
mercenary with a gun and with the 
desire for dosh. 

If you played the demo of Hired 
Guns on the cover of AF44 then 
you'll be aware of (he perspective 
ond control system. If you're new to 
Amiga Format, welcome, and what 
you have been missing is one of the 
most atmospheric, enclosed and son- 
ically-appealing games of the last 
few years. Yes, Hired Guns really is 
that good. In fact it's the best Amiga 
game of this year, and perhaps even 
any other year. 

Hired and emotional 

The only ploces you can't look or fire 
are up and down (I hope that DMA 
tweak this for CD 32 - a big tweak, 
I know but if it can be done on 
Jurassic Park from Ocean, I don't see 
why they shouldn't have a bash at 
CD 3 ^ Hired Guns). Apart from this 
restriction the rest of the Hired Guns 
world is your rather rank and life- 
threatening oyster. 

As for the control system, put it 
this way, before Psygnosis deigned 
to present us with a review copy in 
fully finished form with box ond man- 
uals, I hod been ploying the 
pre-review copy for weeks without 
reference to anything but what 
appeared on the screen And I'd 
been loving every minute of it. 

This review isn't a manual, so 
I'm not going to explain how every- 
thing works here, you'll have to find 
that out for yourselves. Suffice to say 
that it is the most seamless control 
system of its type that I've ever seen 
on the Amiga. Brilliant ml 

That really is that. Hired Guns is 
all about strategy, violence, intelli- 
gence, problem solving of a superbly 
weighted standard, atmosphere, and 
playabilty. If Amiga games really are 
taking over from pop music, then 
Hired Guns is Their Satanic 
Majesties, and DMA are The Stones. 
We have only just begun. 

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The enclosed, claustrophobic 
environments are eerily 



atmospheric. 

SOUND 



Near as dammit perfect. 
They avoid melodrama, and 
are brilliantly sparse. 

ADDICTION 



This game has the ability to 
actually take it out of you 
after prolonged playing. 

PLAYABILITY 



You can't look up or down, 
but the rest of the gameplay 
is close to perfection. 



** Games off this 
standard don't 
come around very 
often. Hired Guns 
is the closest I 

thing to perffec- ? 
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ever seen on the 
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t place." THE EDGE 

"The graphic detail is quite superb, with stunnin 

isuals and strong sense of image, TFX is quite 



often like watching a movie... when I first saw TFX 



jaw dropped so far it took me 15 minutes to fin 
if again! It's fast, good looking and fun." PC REVIEW 







1 a 



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From the deserts of the Middle East to the 
killing fields of Cambodia, there's only one 
plane guaranteed to strike fear in the maddest 
dictator's heart. Stealth Fighter 2.0 is here... 



sims, eh? Most of 
them are about as excit- 
ing as watching the M25 
video, or a driver's eye view 
of the rail journey from 
Aberdeen to Penzance. They 
come with manuals the size of 
bungalows and instructions 
which you need a degree in 
Physics to understand. 
Sheeshl You have to admit, 
though, that some are rather 
better than others and 
MicroProse have earned them- 
selves a fat fortune making 
games that are just that. 

F-1 17 A is the long-awaited 
sequel to the fantabulous F-I9 
Stealth Fighter, one of the best 
flight sims ever, and shares 
Gunship 2000s extremely 
playable game engine. 

For Stealth's second 
excursion into the world's 
bahiezones, MicroProse have 
enlisted the help of some of 
the world's biggest trouble 
spots - Central Europe, the 
Persian Gulf, Cuba, Korea and 
Vietnam - and supply you 
with an infinite variety of sui- 
cidal missions for you to 
throw your Amiga at. ^ 

To make the game- 
play even more 
interesting, you also 
get three levels of con- 
flict - Cold War, where 
you can be penalised for 



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excmnf rWM In history. The StMttft Fighter la 

slick, black and looking for a bad time. 



Weapon* loaded? Check. Fuel on board? Check. Parte and cucumber sandwiches In place? Check. 
Looks like you're all filed up and ready to go. 




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attacking unspecified targets; 
Limited War, where you can 
kind of do what you want as 
long as no-one finds out 
about it; and Conventional 
War, where you can 
shoot jettisoning pilots, 
napalm villages and 
cause people to flutter 
their order papers at 
the UN and get 
rewarded for it. 



But hang on. You've got to 
learn to fly the thing first. 
F-f 17A also gives you the 
option to carry out training 
missions in all the different 
theatres of war, so you can 
get used to the levels of oppo- 
sition awaiting you, with an 
infinite supply of ammo and 
parachutes. This is a pretty 
neat idea since you're not 
penalised for ploughing into 



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hillsides or flying off in a com- 
pletely different direction all 
together and going to visit 
your mum, or something. 

Take off and de 
If you've never played a flight 
sim before, the sight of all 
those controls, hot-keys and 
weapon options can be a bit 
bewildering, especially when 
you've just been jumped by a 



Stealth Fight 



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lit 



NATIONAL STEALTH SERVICE 

ns an alarming display of warning lights, tracking camei 



■plays. Here's our guide 



HEAD UP DISPLAY (HUD) 
Supplier all flietit Information: hat 
three modai - Navigation. Air and 
Ground. Pratt <F2> to toggle them. 



LEFT MULTI-FUNCTION DISPLAY 
Your primary navigation equipment. 
Press <F3> to toggle between Map 
and Combat views of your aircraft. 



DAMAGE INDICATORS 
Warns you of battle damage io crucial 
flight tyttemt Including radar-Jamming 
equipment and bomb-doors. 



DEFENCE INDICATORS 
Sophlttlcated array of warning tya- 
temt warn If you are tracked by enemy 
radar or under threat from missiles. 



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Navigational tools for waypolnts (F7) 
and mission objectives (F10). Press 
</> to activate remote camera* 



EQUIPMENT INDICATORS 
Warning lights for bomb bay doors. 
brakes, flaps, landing gear and auto- 
matic pilot are located here. 



ELECTROMAGNETIC VlSIBIUTY SCALE 
Tracks how well you're doing at keer> 
Ing hidden. Even keeping the bomb 
doors open makes you easier to spot. 



TRACKING CAMERA/FLIR INDICATORS 
Tracking tells you how far away you are from a 
given target: while FUR Is m Infra-red camera 
which is activated by pressing <F6>. 



FUEL AND THRUST DISPLAY 
Tells you how much fuel you have left 
and how much engine power you are 
using, expressed as a percentage. 



ARTIFICIAL HORIZON 
Used mainly in night flying to keep the 
aircraft on an even keel. After all, 
there's no point flying upside-down. 








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need 



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wstroy them with. 






You begin every mission with a vtatt to the Briefing Room where you're given a series of waypoints to 
the target and can have a good look at the opposition you're likely to face. 




landscape and you may 



into a hillside. 




stars look on helplessly as your chunk of with 

death screams towards Its next objective. 



'ii views, ycej know 
where the action h>. 



odron of MiGs ond are in 
ull-flight panic mode. Even if 
i manage to take off and 
destroy successfully, there's 
always a tricky carrier land- 
ing in the Bay of Pigs waitin 
for you on your return. 
Practice like your life depends 



Things are rather less 
set when it comes to doing 
the missions _ - _ _ 



themselves. I " 1 

-You usually missions 

have two or hait| 
three objec- 

fives to achieve the bade 

in a single the next 

sortie, so 

weapons and 
fuel are often at a premium. 
Waste all your cluster bombs 
on Saddam's palace and you 
have nothing left to chuck at 
the chemical weapons factory 
down the road. Some mis- 
sions don't call on you to use 
any weapons at all, you just 
have to fly over specified tar- 
gets and photograph them for 



« F-l 17A's many 
missions 



the boffins back ^ 

at base, while 
avoiding all the 
radar-guided 

ssiles homing 
in on your tail. 
You can also choose V . 

whether to play air 
>mbo» or ground strike 
issronS/ though most seem 
i a mixture of both. 

F-ll7Ais 



you hammering 
the baddies until 
the next 



the kind of 



game you re 
either going 
love or loathe. 
MicroProse 



world seem to churn 
these things 
* out with 
alarming regularity and most 
of them are pretty top-notch, 
state-of-the-art stuff. This 
offers you some extremely 
nifty graphics, night-flying 
options - complete with twin- 
kling stars and moon - and all 
the usual slot and remote 
ira views you expect. 
l missions are varied 



earner 



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on you. 



Yowsa! An enemy mtosile boat take* a direct hrt 
from the miuato you've unleashed upon H. 

and becor 
increasingly com- 
plex as your skills as 
1 pilot and tactician 
- «: j progress, but the 
^ J Stealth proves to be 
extremely easy to fly 
and you're soon zooming 
around the enemy's airspace 
like the fighter ace ' 
secretly know you < 

" rasher or coward? 

etting yourself safely boc 
Bse is a much trickier propo- 
sition, especially when you're 
expected to land on the nar- 
K an aircraft 



ces a fiendish 
amount of practice to get it 
right and it's often easier to 
just bail out or ditch into the 
sea. Total cowards can opt for 
the No Crashes option - which 
at least gets you back on the 
ground in one piece - but an 
Autopilot Landing option 
would have been a much less 
messy proposition. 

Despite these drawbacks, 
F- 1 17 A is very, very good. The 
3D graphics are marvellous, 
the sound effects realistic and 
the missions will hove you 
hammering the baddies until 
the next real war starts. This 
won't be an essential buy if 
you already own loads of 
flight sims, but it's a cracking 
game nevertheless. 

Rob Meed 




croProse 0454 326532 



£34.99 

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ining 3D views, night fl.gj 
slick animation. Flight sir 
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Its all here, from the roar of the 
afterburners to the worrying 
sound of incoming SAMs. 

ADDICTION 



Once you get the hang of it, 
you're hooked. Try explaining 
those red eyes to workmates. 

PLAYABILITY 



It takes a lot of practice to really 
get in to, but once you're skilled 
enough, if s brilliant. 



VERDICT 



-F-M74 doesn't 
have anything 
new to offer, I 
provides you with 
another perfect 
example of why 
MicroProse are 
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his is disgusting. Appolling. 
Shameful. This is irresponsi- 
ble, degrading, vicious, 
untenable, vile, gross, rotten, 
dismal and thoroughly despicable. 

No matter how much I think about 
it, no matter how much I try, no matter 
how much considered brain-working 
combined with finely honed judge- 
ment I put into it, there is no way in 
which I can rescue the civilian from 
his cage in one of the scenarios of this 
massive game in time for this review 
to go to press. 

Believe me, I pleaded with APs 
editor to tell the printers to hold their 
multi-thousand-pound presses for just a 
few days longer. I lied about having 
the flu', the plague, the pox, Delhi- 
Belly, Montezuma's revenge and 
scabies in order to get a few more 
days - no a few more hours - to 
play this damnable computer 
entertainment. But there was just 
no way 

Hold on a second. I've 
just thought of another 
devious strategy to get ■ 

the little sprite from his 
jail. Nip up a few 
pages to the Hired 
Guns review and 
come back in a 
minute. Nope. 
that didn't * 

work 



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John Hare from Sensible Software as Vera Lynn, 





, 



Lovely snowy, wlntory scone !hl* one. Isn't It? But how 
do you get oft the Uland and Into the enemy huts with- 
out dying a horrible death? That** strategy . thai Is. 




Water, water everywhere and most of It Infested with 
enemy troops just waiting to drag you under, blow you 
up. or shoot you down like a dog. 




Vietnam Is one of those wars that just will not go away. 
And this little scenario soes you battling with pungee- 
sticks, hidden mines, and bazookas. 



A Skldoo! Here's a tip for you winter sports fans: If you 
hit someone with a skldoo at more than ISmph then 
they turn the snow a mucky shade of rod. 



either. But that's the kind of hold that 
Cannon Fodder can have on you if 
you don't watch out. There you are 
doing something important when 
"Whammo!" an idea leaps into your 
by now fried mind as to how to com- 
plete one section from one mission. 
Bye-bye day. Bye-bye really impor- 
tant thing... Hello games mania. 

Because, if there's one thing that 
Cannon Fodder has in spades, it's 



then here's a quick overview of the 
action and the plot. 

Ready for real war? 

Cannon Fodder is o worgome. 

It is a worgome without statistics. It is 

o wargome without tediousness 

It is a worgome in which people die. 

That's right, when you lose one of 

your troops, your are made more 

than aware ol it by the block. 





addictability. And if there ore two 
things it has then they are addictabil- 
ity and killer payability. 

like Lemmings or Syndicate, it 
discovers o tiny piece of your cere- 
bellum that is most prone to fun, 
self-sacrifice, problem solving 
I and extreme violence and, I'll 
say it again: "Whammo!" 
you're nabbed. 
For those of you who 
haven't given this month's 
Coverdisk demo a go - 



poppy-bedecked 
screen that lists the 
names of the 
dead like a kind 
of mobile Washington Wall 
or Cenotaph. 

Oh for sure there is o heap of 
mous&driven wandering around var- 
ious backdrops shooting, grenading 
or rocketing things. Yeah, there are 
skin-crawling death scenes m which 
soldiers - their innards doing spastic 
dances on their uniforms - writhe 
around on the floor as they wait to 
be put out of their misery. 

And boy is this offensive. But 
then again, the sight of people 
writhing around on the floor in 



agony while fighting futile little 
skirmishes for rich oil companies, 
drugs, money, or other less digni- 
fied causes is offensive. At least play- 
ing this diversion will keep you out of 
the army 

Cannon Fodder does not muck 
around when it comes to violence. 
Where many other pieces of 
computer leisure-ware (the term 'com- 
puter game' is rapidly going out of 
fashion in this industry) 
emulate films such as Lethal 
Weapon, Universal Soldier or 
Under Siege in their sanitised, 
sentimentalist, feel-good portray- 
als of violence. Cannon Fodder 
goes for the Reservoir Dogs 
approach. You're shot. You bleed. 
You cry out loudly in a most embar- 
rassing and un-TV-like manner. You 
can take a hell of a long time to stop 
living. Then, in time of war, you tend 
to get left where you lie, probably 
forgotten for a while until the furore 
is done with. Then maybe forgotten 
for ever. 

For the purposes 
of this game, you 
and your mouse 
fingers are in 
control of a 
number of 
recruits. 
Their 
mission 
(whether 



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Recognise that island from the ptc on the left? 
Well, this Is the big picture. These maps seem 
to make the whole thing seem more daunting. 




That road looks like a decent enough surface to 
walk on (oti you toot, you Innocent idiot, you 
sublime dolt)... well, go on then, have a go. 




Boom! I'll say It again - "Boom!" God that's sat- 
isfying. Was It a civilian hut or the enemy? Are 
you serious?! Boom! Ha! Hal Ha! 




Whoops. Did you know thai In real wars, they 
don't say Try Afcafn? isn't life a bttch when 
you're In khaki? 





Huua »nd hurrah! West Paint and Sandhurst, all of them... wed, except 
Jason, but he Is damned useful fo* tying over the top of barbed wire and for 
diving on hand grenades. 



66 You will have 
had very little 
sleep for quite < 
while, your mot 
hand will be 
twitching in a 
deeply worrying 
manner, and you 



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or not they agree to accept it) is to 
go into various bottle situations and 
sort out the enemy. This 'sorting out' 
process involves destroying build- 
ings, expunging the opposition, 
rescuing occasionally unwilling civil- 
ians, and surviving intact. 

If this final condition is met, then 
your troops are hoofed up a rank. 
This has the tripartite 
purpose of (a) mak- 
ing them and you 
feel good; (b) 
upping their intelli- 
gence, reflexes, 
speed and ability to 
move around the ter- 
rain in the optimum 
manner; (c) giving 
them really good- 
looking grave stones 
when Ihey eventually Wl11 probably be 

meet the inevitable giggling under 

shell that is embla- ■ ■■ •* 

... your breath. 

zoned with their * 

signature. 

Because that's what happens at 
the end of an unsuccessful mission. 
You ore returned to the distinctly 
sparse and obviously Sensible 
recruitment screen, and on the hill- 
side behind the queues of eager 
young ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 

grunts 

preparing to don the 
khaki and do bat- 
tle, you will see 
loads and 
loads of 
small white 
crosses marking 
the number 
of war m m 

dead 
J you've managed to produce. 
■ B Of course the higher the 

rank of the corpse, the more 

impressive the tomb 
I marker. Neat eh, 
gamesters? 

But enough of 
this ironic stuff. This 
is a game review 
here, and the 
— powersthat- 
be don 'I 
want all 
■ this 



heavy stuff. What's the gameplay 
like? Bloody brilliant motel That's 
what. Easy. Too right it's easy. For a 
start it's mouse-driven, so even if 
you've never considered buying a 
loyslick, you can still ploy it, Righl 
burton to walk. Left button to fire 
Right ond left to throw something 
that goes boom. 



There's a 
map at the 
lower left of 
the screen to 
give you some 
handle on 
where you are 
and what 
you've got to 
do - it also 
pauses the 
game, tipsters. 

Then there 
are the 
scenarios. 
As Sensible 
Supremo Jon 
Hare admits, the graphics ore utili- 
tarian They do their job very well 
indeed, setting atmosphere and 
(thank goodness) using up most of 
the screen. Your little guys (and 
lasses, who can tell what sex they 






are?) bear a striking resemblance to 
the Auxerre side from Sensible 
Soccer out on a severe training run. 
They are liny, cute and highly moti- 
vated (what?!) and they are very 
dangerous when used properly. 

The missions are many and var- 
ied. As I mentioned, in order to 
accrue more rank for your grunts, 
they have to complete missions - but 
these missions are more often than 
not split into several sub-sections. 
Each of these is a dram on your abil- 
ities, so when you do actually 



complete one of the later or middle 
missions, not only have your troops 
improved, but you've also come 
away a better player. OK, so your 
nerves will be shattered and you will 
hove had very little sleep for quite a 
while, your mouse hand will be 
twitching in a deeply worrying man- 
ner, and you will probably be 
g'gg'' n g under your breath, or whis- 
pering: "Eat that!" or "Die pigl" or 
"Go on Tubby, chuck the grenadel", 
but you will have finished a mission. 
The more you get into this gome, 
the more adept at it you become and 
the more dangerous the little uns 
become. This gradual curve, in tan- 
dem with the fast reactions and 
intense problem-solving abilities you 
have to invoke, goes to place this as 
a classic in the making. 

Can you keep in control? 

We'll have to wait a year to see 
whether it lasts the course. I would 
still have liked to ability to customise 
names, to hard disk install, and for 
the control of the skidoos and the 
tanks to have been a little easier. 
Bui I can see this magazine, for one, 
printing map after map for some 
very frustrated gamers in the next 

few months. 
And, despite 
what the tabloid 
press (well, The 
Star) have to say 
about the 'shame- 
ful' nature of this 
gome - Sensible 
used pictures of the commemorative 
poppy on the original packaging 
and m-game graphics (the graphics 
have now been changed), this is pos- 
sibly the most anti-war game I've 
seen in a while. So have fun with it 

Tim Smith O 





Sensible Software 



Virgin Games 



C29.99 



Out now 



MEEDS 1 MEC 



Classic 

grounds. Excellent character*. 

Plenty of necessary detail. 



A theme tune that tricks tn your 
head, sound effects that work a 
dream - superb. 



ploying and playing and play- 
ing for weeks and weeks. 

PLAY ABILITY 



It wouldn't be that addictive if it 
wasn't one of the most playable 
; for a very long time. 




- Violent, yes! 
Extremely thought 
provoking. Highly 
enjoyable foray 
into the intelligent 
side off wandering 
around the place 
and doing it to 
them before they 
do it to you* ** 



Erm... well. ye»... ahem. Gravestone*. Lots of 
them. Fortune » of war. old man. 



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200 ft. 600 kts. Ton lead a formation of six Tornados deep into enemy 
territory. Terrain following system on. Mission planned to the last detail. 
Split second timing for a synchronised attack with pin-point accuracy. 
Discover what real Tornado pilots mean by a 
"target-rich environment". Go it alone or take 
the squadron - the choice is yours. Tornado. 
Unbeatable. r 

' Prom simulator training to multi-mission campaigns 

• Unsurpassed real world detail ■ ^ ^^ 

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btastt the pesky bug to btts. 



here's something com- 
forting about playing 
Turrican 3. It's a bit 
like bumping into a 
casual acquaintance you 
haven't seen for years, going 
for a beer, reminiscing about 
old times and discovering that 
despite superficial changes, 
you're pretty much the same 
people deep down. If that 
acquaintance was Bren 
McGuire, the hero of Turrican 
3 the conversation would 
probably go like this: 




got some impressive fire 
power, though. It's not so 
much the action as the tactics 
that cause problems. One 
wrong turn and you've had it, 
especially because you're up 
against the clock." 
"Another beer, Bren?" 
"Got to fly; promised the 
missus I'd pick up a piz 

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"Same old thing, mate - 
ridding the universe of a 
alien scourge." 
"That sounds interes 
"It's got its moments, 
get any easier, though - 1 5 
levels this time. The first few 
are OK once you've got the 
general idea, but it gets a b 
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lots of shooting, blasting, 
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bonuses and watery bits. 

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for exploring the bits that 
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across things. Ifs a touch 
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ictice you'll be swing- 
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The farmer grows the wheat, the miller makes 
the com. the baker makes trte bread. It's all 
pari of the economic cycle on which you ride. 

ed up with the nine-to-five 
routine? Then why not sign 
up as the leader of a com- 
pletely new civilisation - a 
people with an overwhelming desire 
for money, food and somewhere to 
park their pork. Erm, pigs, that is. 
Settlers is the latest game from 
History Line and Battle Isle program- 
mers Blue Byte, This time around, 
though, the German Wunderkinder 
have turned their backs on their war- 
like post and opted for something 
altogether more 'wholesome'. 

You control a tribe of settlers 
whose aim is to establish a harmo- 
nious and successful economy filled 
with bakers, pig farmers and fisher- 
men. Naturally, you also have to be 
prepared to defend your fledgling 
civilisation against attack and 
indulge in the occasional spot of 
warfare to prevent your opponents 
hogging all the best land. 

Can't stand craving 

The game is based on the theory of 
supply and demand. The greedy 
knights who defend your civilisation 
have a constant craving for gold 
which you must meet. Producing the 
gold involves a network of 25 sets of 
workers who all depend on each 
other to get their jobs done. The 
farmers grows the wheal for the 



miller, who turns it into flour for the 
baker, who makes the bread which 
the ore miner eats to give him the 
energy to get the gold. The mined 
gold is then passed on to a merchant 
who smelts the gold with a little help 
from his friends the coal miner, tool- 
maker and steel maker. With the 
potential to have up to 64,000 char- 
acters on-screen simultaneously, you 
have quite a feat on your hands. 

There's a constant demand for 
new roads, new buildings, fresh 
resources, mines and boats, so you 
have to be a dab hand at juggling 
competing demands made of you. 
You also soon discover that simple 
mistakes can prove costly - 
over-ambitious expansion in 
the early stages can mean 
you run out of resources later 
when you need them most. 

To help you sort out the 
whole complicated mess, you're 
presented with o series of tables and 
statistics giving you all the latest 
information about your tribe. You 
can adjust the flow of goods at any 
time and can even opt to make your 
knights more or less aggressive 
depending on how war-like you 
wont to be. 

It may sound as much fun as a 
lecture on monetary policy from 
Norman Lamont, but in fact nothing 
could be further from the truth. 
Settlers is packed to the gills with 
originality, humour and payability. 

Blue Byte have injected each 
worker with his own personality, 
so it's easy to tell them apart when 
they're wandering around the screen 
- the carriers wave at each other 
and stick pigs under their arms for 
delivery to the butchers, boatmen 
row their way across the lakes and 
you can see bakers and toolmakers 
fashioning their goods in the 
windows of their shops. 

The battle sequences have a very 
cartoony feel with each tiny charac- 
ter performing leaps and twirls to 
evade the other's sword thrusts. Even 
when beaten, you're not treated to 




some bloodthirsty gut-spillage, but a 
cutesy waddle away from the scene 
of battle. The only disturbing bit is 
when you see your buildings going 
up in flame Populous-style - when an 
enemy encroaches on to your land. 

Oozing atmosphere 

Graphically, Settlers is superb. From 
the 3Mb intro sequence to the iso- 
metric Popu/ous-style gameworld, the 
game oozes quality with smoothly 
animated worker sprites, rippling 
pools of water and rustling trees 
adding to the atmosphere. The sound 
effects are great too, and change as 
you move around the screen - get 
near to a lake and you hear the 
sound of waves lapping the 
shore, skip over to the farm 
and you get oinking pigs. 
If that's not enough, it also 
features 50 different missions 
and a two-player mode where you 
can battle either against each other or 
jointly against an Amiga-controlled 
opponent. You can change the size of 
the game world, although you will 
find saving larger worlds difficult if 
you don't own a hard drive since they 
need at least 1 .6Mb storage space. 

But one of the best things is that it 
only needs to load once. There's no 
disk-swapping and hardly any disk- 
accessing - Settlers is a joy to play on 
even the largest game world. 

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you're hooked. It's cute, funny 
and incredibly playable. 

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two-player option will keep you 
going until next Christmas. 






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Everybody's got to bo some- 
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somewhere to live, so hero's our 
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chain which tup- 1 
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mineral miners. 


BOATYARD 
Mds boats tor 
those crucial terry 

crowing* over 
Settler's lakes. 


BUTCHER 
Another part of 
me food chain, 
supplying bacon 
to the miners. 


ARMOURER 
Manufactures 
swords and 
shields for use by 
your knights. 


STEELW0RKER 
uses the ores 
collected from 
the mines to 
make pig Iron. 


SAWMILL 
Turns raw tree 
trunks Into planks 
for use In con- 
struction. 


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Turns proceeie* 
flour krto breed, 
then sends tt on 
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Most of my memories 
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involve breaking 
down on country 
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ning out of petrol and falling off. 

So what a joy it is to be able to 
race around 1 2 of the world's most 
famous circuits in the comfort of a 
nice warm room, without a care 
about running out of fuel or grazing 
your knees. At least it would be if 
only Prime Mover was just a little bit 
more exciting. 



True, you can zoom around the 
circuits at breakneck speed; yes, you 
have a choice of five bikes with the 
suitably daredevil racer names of 
Firebird, Hellcat, Hurricane, 
Nitemare and Rogue; and certainly, 
the graphics and sound effects ore 
impressive enough, but despite all 
this, Prime Mover somehow fails to 
get the adrenaline racing. 

You go round the tracks, you 
overtake other bikes, get overtaken, 
hit things (but never, not ever do you 
fall off), finish the race, and, if you 



The Rogue cnntcrs alone *t ■ ** lr old 
pace, especially II you choose automatic 
gears, and keep the rev counter redlining. 

score enough points you 
progress to the next round. 

You con chose your rider 
from a gallery of mugshots and 
enter his or her name, age. 
weight and height and you can 
also take various options for acceler- 
ating and changing gear, or you can 
go for automatic shift 

A word of warning here, if 
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banking into a corner. Not that this 
is a fault of the game, it just takes a 
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judicious choice of joystick would 
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Prime Mover lacks a two-player 
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If you want an adequate motor- 
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Jetstrike Sshl Don't look now 
but some of the world's 
biggest nutters have just 
wolked in the door. The 
man with the moustache and the 
funny handshake is leader of a Third 
World dictatorship, the guy with the 
briefcase is an arms dealer. Traffic 
Wardens? Yes, there are some of 
them here too. All these psychos are 
members of SPUDD, a secret society 
with an evil intent - the tyrannical 
rule of the planet Earth. And you're 
the only one who can stop them. 

Jetstrike is an arcade shoot-em- 
up which enables you too fly 39 
different types of aircraft on over 
1 00 individual missions against the 





Armed to the teeth with a Russian Kamov helicopter and a tatty 
selection of attack weapons you pile into a SPUDD convoy. 



dostordly SPUDD. You get to fly 
everything from attack helicopters to 
Stealth Fighters, and Spitfires to stunt 
planes, with just two slight catches. 
Firstly, they've been lent to you 
by sympathetic governments on the 
understanding you'll look after them. 
Secondly, most of them have a com- 
plete lock of ejector seats or 
parachutes. Gulp! 

Things don't get any easier when 
you see what you're expected to do. 
The action is viewed from a third-per- 
son perspective - no cockpit views 
here. This means you can't see what 
you're flying towards most of the 
time and you must rely on extremely 
risky hedge-hopping techniques and 
o crappy radar system. 
Strangely, the plane han- 
dles them like a normal 
oircroft You push the 
joystick up to dive, pull it 
back to climb when you 
expect it to be the other 
way around given the 
perspective. This means 
you make more than 
your fair share of mis- 
takes, especially when it 
comes to sticking your 
kite on the Tarmac. 




If you get fed up with all the gung-ho oaddle- 
baitlng you can always challenge your pals to a 
test of flying prowess In the AercJymples. 

Once you've mastered the tricky 
controls and got used to the weird 
viewpoint, Jetstrike actually proves 
quite rewarding. There's a lot of 
variety in the missions, from bomb- 
ing runs, to complicated dogfights, 
carrier landings and personnel 
drops. The huge number of different 
aircraft also makes this game more 
fun to play - the helicopters are eas- 
ier to fly, but are pretty useless in 
dogfights against SPUDD jet fighters, 
for example. 

The graphics are nothing stun- 
ning, there's very little peripheral 
action on-screen, and the plane 
sprites are small and very sparsely 
detailed. It reminds me of the kiddie 
combat sequences in Ancient Arts of 
War in the Skies, rather than F-19, 
but it's great fun nevertheless. The 
sound effects ore especially convinc- 
ing with some tasty aircraft samples 
and ear-splitting explosions. 

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he period of British history 
between 1455 and 1483 
is known as The War of the 
Roses - indeed, you may 
have seen the film starring Kathleen 
Turner and Michael Douglas. And in 
1974, a board game about that 
period of history was introduced 
with the title of Kingmaker. Now it's 
time for the bloody war battles to 
appear live and direct on your 
Amiga. This is your chance to 
rewrite the already muddied annals 
of mediaeval history. 




Gather your 
armies, tire, and 
prepare to battle. 
Thoro, that 
sound* like the 
tort ot thing they 
would have tald. 




Brief history lesson. The Hundred 
Years War with France ends in 
ignominy for the English king. Some 
of the folk in the kingdom are a tad 
peeved and decide that a new king 
wouldn't be an altogether bad idea. 
Naturally, the king's a bit reticent in 
the departure lounge. Then a Tannoy 
announces that the House of York 
are gathering together a major 
posse, while the House of Lancaster 
are fairly busy in the old 'getting 
some chaps together' department. 
And so it kicks off for a few years. 

Right royal adventure 

Kingmaker is a point 'n' click strate- 
gic adventure game in which the 
ultimate aim is to be in control of the 
one surviving royal piece, becoming, 
in the process, undisputed King (or 
Queen) of England. To do this, you 
must capture an heir and kill all his 
rivals before getting him crowned 




You're 'oop north', and now k% your chance to 
attack. The choice, as they say. Is yours. 

King in o cathedral. It's not as easy 
as it sounds. 

All the historical personalities in 
the game are factual (you'll have to 
take US Gold's word for it) and you 
control o faction of nobles - you can 
olso choose how many factions you 
wish to face (between one and five). 
Other options include two difficulty 
levels, and the enchantingly named 
'Advanced Plague' when infection 
can break out across towns, cities, 
ports and the countryside. It can 




Tactics are the 
order of the day. 
Only the foolhardy 
would attempt to 
attack the enemy 
without any form 
of strategy. 



The war actually 

started In William 

Shakespeare's 

back garden 

while he wrote 

H»nry IV, 

apparently. 





Animated graphic Interludes add to the 'feel' of 
Kingmaker, and very Impressive they are. 

even kill the royals. Cue demonic 
laughter. Aha ha ha ha. Aha. 

There is an Autohelp facility 
which provides help and advice on 
all facets of the game - useful for 
those who are new to strategy 
games, and for those that haven't 
got a clue what's going on. 

Taking a pasting 

But the path to righteous justice is not 
smooth. The Plague can be a pes!, 
peasants can revolt, and vast armies 
con give you a pasting. Control is 
via mouse and keyboard, and after 
the initial learning process, the icons 
become familiar. The 150-page man- 
ual is packed with historical info and 
it's one of the few I've enjoyed read- 
ing from cover to cover. 

Kingmaker is not purely icon 
clicking - there ore graphic inter- 
ludes and you can control the visual 
combat scenes using the mouse. 
Similiar to a board game in that you 
move, and then your Amiga counters 
it, Kingmaker is an enjoyable, if 
bloody, romp through one of 
England's most turbulent periods. 
Even though it is well researched 
£38 is a tad too steep for even the 
most enthusiastic battler. 

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\\ ell OK then vou Mums and Dads, it's thai lime of the year again when letters 10 Santa are coming vourway. 

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Amigl 600 Single Drive - The ONLY home 'computer for less than £200. Suitable for the child fed up with paying out £40 for 

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\miga CD32 - The choice for existing Amiga owners looking for the latest product in the range or for the dedicated console 
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68881 14 MHZ OMB INDI PRICE £109.99 
68881 14 MHZ 4MB INDI PRICE £249.99 

68881 14 MHZ 8MB INDI PRICE £449.99 

68882 25 MHZ OMB INDI PRICE £169.99 
68882 25 MHZ 4MB INDI PRICE £309.99 
68882 25 MHZ 8MB INDI PRICE £5 1 9.99 
68882 50 MHZ MB INDI PRICE £289.99 
68882 50 MHZ 4MB INDI PRICE £439.99 
68882 50 MHZ 8MB INDI PRICE £599.99 
UPGRADE 50 MHZ INDI PRICE £169.99 



ROCTEC ROCGEN PLUS. 

As above but with extra features such as 
bnung and signal inversion. Allows for real 
time editing of graphics Compatible with at 

fJNDI 350050] 



TAKE 2. Animation package is a must foe comput- 
er amsts and enthusiasts of all ages. As used (n RoK 

Harris Cartoon Club. 

INDI PRICE £37.99^DI 3S000I 



VIDI AMIGA I 2. The ultimate low cost colour 
digitiser for the Amiga. 'The best value full colour 
digitiser on the market" AMIGA FORMAT. 



INDI PRICE £129.99 

ROCTEC ROCKEY. 

The ultimate accessory for Amiga / Video fans. Separate RGB con- 
trol* to chroma key on any colour. 

INDI PRICE£249.99 



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INDI PRICE £74.99 |»NDI 350002 



ROMBO VIDI AMIGA 24(RT). For the more serious user, this 
24 - bit version will again capture from from any video source with true 
photo realistic images! A staggering 16.7 million colours can be utilised 
with incredible results. Full AGA chipset support. ■ 1 

INDI PRICE £219.99 |IN P| 350004 

AMIGA PERIPHERALS 

2MB SMARTCARD.Th« original and mil 
the only fully PCMCIA compatible memory 
card for A600 A 1 200 Come* with lifetime 
guarantee. Beware o' cneap im«tauoru. 
INDI PRICE £109.99 
4MB SMARTCARD. *»"* « **>« But 

maximum 4MB 

INDI PRICE £159.99 



ZAPPO60I 

Trapdoor upgrade for the A600. I Mb with 
RTC INDI PRICE £49.99 
ZAPPO60I INC As above only 5 1 2K. 
no clock INDI PRICE £29.99 



O PAL VISION 






ROMBO VIDI AMIGA 1 2 (KT> Based on the best selling V.d« 
Amiga 1 2. This all new version offers real time colour capture from 
any video source. Full AGA chipset support as standard for all A 1 200 / 
4000 users. 

INDI PRICE £129.99 |lN DI 350003) 

DISK DRIVES 

ZAPPO EXTERNAL FLOPPY 

You've seen all the reviews on 
this popular and affordable 
second Amiga drive. 
Co mpatible with all Am igas. 

1 3501 S2| 

INDI PRICE £49.99 

Quality: 9 out of 10. Exceptional value for money. 
AMIGA COMPUTING JAN 93 

I084S MONITOR. 

Commodores original and 
best selling colour stereo 
monitor. 

Does not include stand. 

^^Tsoom 

£189.99 

(i 1 79.99 if purchased with 

A600 ' AI200 AIS00) 

ON system(Rev.2) 

rd and software sute has been 
money. 




The NEW OP/ 1 

The amazing Opatoslon 24 

updated and is now 

The software sui 

Opal Paint 

Alpha Chann 

pixel by 

control 




full magic wand implementation and 
compositing with selectable levels on a 
Chrominance effect allows absolute, real time 
U brilliance and re - mapping of colours. 



NEW FOR DECEMBER RELEASE! 

The already acclaimed Opalvision Board takes three 
further leaps into the future with the official launch 
of the Opalvision modules. With truly awesome 
capabilities the Amiga can now become the most 
professional 24 - bit video graphics power station 
ever! 



.0 - ofering real time play back of animations 
"landscape generators, morphers and alt other 24 - Bit 
ire.' " 

Hpfl<ey V2.0 - Display OpaP/rsion graphics anytime with key 
(ations. 

"Quite simpty, it's a spectocuhr product - Amiga Computing 

"Unaoubtealy the finest most professional pant program to arme on the 

Arr«go" - Amiga Format 

"Professonal quaky at the Pntx can't be turned away' - Amiga User 

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MORPH PLUS 

You've seen Mtcheal Jackson's video, you've seen the television adverts 
using the latest techniques in morphmg. now now you can create the 
same results but at a fraction of the cosl Morph Plus is the latest and 
the ultimate in this technology. Whether you are a professional artist 
or just want to experiment at home Morph Plus is a muse 

INDI PRICE £109-99 ^\ ^^^5020n] 




DELUXE PAINT IV AGA 

Combines powerful toots with an intuitive interface so both profes- 
sionals and beginners alike can get superb results quickly. New 
enhancements to the software include the ability to paint and animate 
»n 4696 colours in the Amiga's HAM (Hold and Modtfyjmode. New 
animation features also include metamorphosis allowing you to change 
one image into another. You determine the number of frames and 
OPamt IV does the rest. ^ 

INDI PRICE £61.99 |lNOI 3SQ2oT| 

ART DEPARTMENT PROFESSIONAL 

The ultimate m image processing providing many key benefits to Amiga 
users working with pictures- With ADPro you can read, write and con- 
vert between most common image file formats with unmatched flexi- 
bility. Full support for JPEG image makes it possible to maintain an 
image library in full 24 - bit colour without needing massive hard drive 
storage. Typically a 600 Kb image can be compressed down to 40 Kb!! 

INDI PRICE £132.99 (^^50202] 

REAL 3D V2 

Is a full featured 3D animation, modelling amd rendering program. 
With Real 30 V2 you can produce high quality images and animations 
of three dimensional models with an astonding level of realism. Imagine 
creating an animation that shows a handful) of balls bounce down a 
flight of stairs to the bottom. Gravity, collitsion. deflection and the elas- 
ticity of the balls are all automatically calculated by the program' 




INDI PRICE£299.99 jindi 350203| 
SCALA Multimedia 200 (MM200) 

Is the ultimate on professional video titling. The eminent design of 
typefaces, the unlimited choice of typographical details, the high resolu* 
Don and the more than 80 cxciung wipes result in video captioning of 
exquisite quality No wonder that Scala is used by leading television 
Stations around the world. 




INDI PRICE £139.99 also avalablc 

SCALA HOME TITLER 




350205 



INDI PRICE £84.99 

VIDEO DIRECTOR 

With Video Director, anyone wtth an Amiga, a camcorder and a VCR 
can quicWy and easily catalogue and edit the best moments from their 
video tapes. Video Director is extremely easy to use. you can actually 
control your camcorder and VCR from your Amiga screen . Video 
Director comes with everything you need to get started. The hard- 
ware to control your camcorder' and VCR is i ncluded 

INDI PRICE £1 19.99 |IND1 3502061 

'Camcorder must have a LANC or Control L compatible port 

ional software b imported and sometimes subject to 
delay. Confirm delivery at time of order. 



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TERMS AVAILABLE OVER 6, 12, 24, & 36 MONTHS SUBJECT TO STATUS. 

WHY NOT RING FOR A QUOTE. SAMEDAY RESPONSE. (SEE EXAMPLE) 




Quiet &X 





We researched the colour printer market at great depth to find a colour pnnter good enough to cope with Amiga's powerful output, yet at an affordable price. 
We found the perfect printer in the KX - P2 1 80 and KX - P2I23 quiet printers. 
We then considered that if you were going to buy a Panasonic printer you would probably need a quality word processing package to use with it We found that too. with 'Word worth* yet at a 
retail price of £ 1 29.99 we thought that might be a little too expensive on top of your printer purchase! So together with Panasonic we decided to give a copy of 'Wordworth* free with every 
Panasonic printer. How's that for added value? 



Panasonic KX-P2I80 



Panasonic KX - P2 1 23 




*WORDWORTH AGA COMPLETELY FREE! 

WITH PANASONIC QUIET PRINTERS.The writers choice. The ultimate word 
processor for AMIGA computers. Wordworth is undoubtedly the ultimate word / docu- 
ment processor for the full range of AMIGA computers. The graphical nature of 
WORDWORTH makes producing documents faster and easier, with the enhanced 
printing fonts (including full Panasonic KX * P2I80 and KX - P2I23 colour printing sup- 
port), Collins spell checker and thesaurus, no other word processor comes close, 
"Without doubt this is one of the best document processors for the AMIGA, Today" 
(Amiga Format) 

NORMAL RRP £129.99 inc. VAT 



|lNPI 320000] 

£ 1 69.99 



The new Panasonic KX - P2I80 9 -pin quiet printer 
Produces crisp clear text in mono or in 7 glorious colours with 
new quiet technology. THe new KX - P2I80 is typically ISdBa 
quieter in operation, than the competition, 

* Fast Printing Speeds 192 CPS NLQ 

* Colour Printing 7 colour palette (blue, red, green, yellow, violet, magenta.black) 
;: Quiet printing Super quiet 45 - 48 dBa sound level (most matrix printers are typi 

cally in excess of 60 dBa) 
i: 6 Resident Fonts Over 6 J 00 type styles using Courier Prestige, Bold PS. Roman, 
Script and Sans Serif Fonts. 
3 Paper Paths Paper handling from bottom, top and rear for total flexibility 

* I Year Warranty for total peace of mind 



|lNDI 320007] 

£2 1 9.9? 




The new high performance Panasonic KX - P2I23 
24 pin. Quiet colour printer offers leading edge 
quiet printing technology at an affordable price 



* Fast Printing Speeds 192 CPS draft, 64 CPS LQ and 32 SLQ. 

* Colour Printing 7 colour palette (blue, red. green, yellow, violet, magenta, black) 

* Quiet Printing Super quiet 43,5 - 46 dBa sound level (most matrix printers are typically 
in excess of 60 dBa) 

* 7 Resident Fonts Over 1 52.000 type styles using Super LQ. Courier Prestige. Bold 
PS, Roman. Script, and Sans Serif Fonts. 

* 24PIN Diamond Printhead High performance and high quality output 

* I Year Warranty for total peace of mind. 



KX- 



Panasonic L ASER PRINTER 

P44I0 LASER PRINTER 



KX - P4430 LASER PRINTER 





WORDWORTH AGA COMFl£TRY 

FRffiWITH PANASONIC LA58* FWNTcRS 

The writers choice. The ultimate word 

processor for AMIGA computers 

NORMAL RRP £12999 |nc VAT 




Once again INDI have Joined together with Panasonic to offer all Amiga owners the most outstanding Laser Printer offer ever. We are now able to offer high quality .professional User printing at affordable pnees. Wc arc also grvtng 
away a copy of Wordworth with every Panasonic Laser Printer purchased (RRP C 1 29.99). Whether you are looking for a laser printer to handle word processing, DTP. presentation or complex graphic applications - the Panasonic 
range offers you the power to meet your requirements. 




KXP -4410 

* 5 pages per minute 

* 28 resident fonts 

* Optional 2nd input bin(totaT printer 
capacity 2 x 200 sheets) 

* Low running costs 

* Parallel interface 

* Optional memory expansion to 4.5 Mb 
(0.5 as standard) 

* HP laserjet II Emulation 



[INDI 320002 



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£499.99 

inc. VAT 

WORDWORTH AGA COMPLETH. Y f*S 
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ON^TE" 
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KXP -4430 

* Satinprint (optimum 
resolution technology)* 

* 5 Pages per minute 

* HP Laserjet III Emulation, PCL 5 

* 8 Scalable fonts & 28 bitmap 
functions 

* Optional 2nd input bin (total print 
er capacity 2 x 200 sheets 

* Optional memory expansion to 
5,0 Mb (I Mb as standard) 



[INDI 320003 



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£649.9" 



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Panasonic PRINTER ACCESSORIES 




1) PANASONIC AUTOMATIC SHEET FEEDER A . 

AutottaDC sheet feeder for KXP 2 1 8CV KXP 2 1 23 hokk 80 A4 
sheets INDI PRICE £89.99 

2) PRINT DUST COVER 

Specially tailored quality dust cover for Panasonic KXP 2 1 80/ 
KXP 2123 pnnter. INDI PRICE £8.99 

3) PRINTER STAND 

2 ptece pnnter stand INDI PRICE £9.99 

4) PAPER PACK 

500 sheets quality A4 paper. INDI PRICE £9.99 

5) CONTINUOUS PAPER 

2000 sheets I pan lisong paper INDI PRICE £1 9.99 

6) PARALLEL PRINTER CABLE 

To be used when connecung Amiga to Panasonic printers. 
INDI PRICE £8.99 (£5.99 ifpu»thM«d v*h a printer) 

a PANASONIC COLOUR RIBBON 
tour rfcbon for KXP 2 1 80/ KXP 2 1 23. . 
INDIPRICE£I8.99 

8) PANASONIC BLACK RIBBON 

Black ribbon for KXP2I8Q/ KXP 21 23. INDI PRICE £9,99 



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PACK I 

PANASONIC COLOUR RIBBON PACK 

Contains 6 colour ribbons for the KXP 2123 RRP 

£119.99. 

INDI PRICE £89.99 SAVE £30!!! 

PACK 2 

PANASONIC RIBBON PACK 

Contains 2 black and 4 colour ribbons for KXP 

2I80/KXP2I23.RRP£99.99. 

INDI PRICE£69.99 SAVE £30!!! 

PACK 3 

PANASONIC DELUXE ACCESSORY PACK 

Contains automatic sheet feeder, 2 black ribbons. 2 
colour ribbons. I dust cover. 2 piece printer stand. 
RRP £ 1 69.99 INDI PRICE £ 1 39.99 SAVE £30 

Add £250 ornage to al pmter accessories or ccmbraoons thered 



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LOW INTEREST CREDIT ON ALL ORDERS OVER £200 

(PLEASE CALL FOR A QUOTATION, SUBJECT TO STATUS) 



AMIGA CDTV 



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THE MULTIMEDIA COMPUTER TOTAL HOME 

ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM 



PRICE CRASH!!! 




PACK CONTENTS AS STANDARD 

* Amiga CDTV Player 

* CDTV Keyboard 

* CDTV 1411 3.5" Disk Drive 

* CDTV Infra Red Remote Controller 

* CDTV Wired mouse 

* CDTV Welcome Disk 

* Manuals 

* Fred Fish CDTV Disk 

llNDl 30 0011 

PACK AS SHOWN £229t99 



AMIGA CDTV EXTERNAL 
HARD DISK DRIVE 

You've got the CDTV, you've got the key- 
board and the floppy disk drive - for a total 
computer solution all that's needed is an 
ultra fast hard disk drive. 

The CDTV - HD unit boasts a massive 60 
Mb of hard disk storage with lightning fast 
access times through its SCSI interface. The 
unit comes complete with Workbench 1.3 
and all necessary cables. 

INDI 3503001 




£219.91 



BLACK 1 084S MONITOR 

At last the CD 32 Monitor you have been waiting for. The 
original and best selling colour/ stereo monitor from 
Commodore is now available in black to complement your 
CD 31 

soooiol £179.99 




If you are thinking of buying CDTV or already own one you'll be pleased to know that INDl 

stock all CDTV accessories and software that are available from manufactures. We believe 

in CDTV and we therefore continue to support this exciting produce You will always have 

a source of product for your CDTV from INDl. 

LtoR 

CDTV Encore SCSI Controller + Internal Mount 

CDTV Internal Genfcxk 

Black I084S Colour Stereo Monitor 

(When purchased with CDTV Mulu' - Media Pack) 
CDTV Remote Mouse 
Scan TV / Monitor Lead 

(inc Stereo Phono Lead) 
CDTV Trackball 



£59.99 
£99.99 
£189.99 
£179.99 
£39.99 
£14.99 



£69.99 




AMIGA CDTV SOFTWARE N « w Amiga CD 32 AGA Titles Now in Stock!! 



ARTS AND LEISURE 

Advanced Miliary Systems 
Women in Motion 
Guinness Disc of Records 
Animals In Motion 
Connoisseur Fine Art* 
FruiU & Vegetables 
Trees & Shrubs 
Indoor Plants 

EDUCATION 

Fun School - Under S's 
Ai.-^KinlOa».it"- R*.l. 
A Bon for Barney 
Cind«r< 

Fun School for S CO 7 
Fun School for Over 7"s 

Hkx h» Fnt Home Am 



129.99 
C29.99 
£34.99 
£29.99 
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£34.99 
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£24.99 

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£29.99 

(J* ft 

£24.99 

£24.99 

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Mind Run £29 99 

HiMFu44W LU 9» 

My Paint £29.99 

P*t"< B*n 1' H4 99 

■ i\ fc.r Rnrti-n Kk*s * 99 

■ of 6*n|*m ,n Bunny tJt.99 

- Kant* r J9 99 

Snowv. {(4*9 

Moving G*v« me SconwhAtfw t)4'« 

Barney Bear Goes Camping £29.99 

Astertx French for English I £34.99 

Japan World (PAL) £49.99 

Fractal Universe £34.99 

Read wt&i Astertx £19.99 
ENTERTAINMENT 

Battiecness £39 99 

AJ Oop Go To HmnSKst Crayor. £34.99 



Ckawt Sowd Garnet 

T~«*j • 

Wrath o* the Demon 

Raf*« 

liUtiink 
Snoopy 
European Space Simulator 

Gll'i 

Turrtcan II 

Guy Spy 

Curse of Ra 

Space Wars 

Defender of the Crown 

Tiebrahe Tennis 

MUSIC 

Musk Maker 

Remoi 

Vo<emaster ♦ Microphone 

MiMI Cflt'iiW 



£M99 

£29 99 
£49 99 
£29.99 
£34.99 
£34 99 
£34.99 
£34.99 
I vv 
£29.99 
£29.99 
£24.99 
£29.99 
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£19.99 

£34.99 
£29.99 
£39.99 
£3999 



NEW AMIGA CD32 TITLES 



Jamet Pond AGA 


£26.50 


D On^auon AGA 


£24 SO 


Pine-alt F | AGA 


£28 SO 


Whale-. Vny.**- AGA 


£16 SO 


to AGA 


£28 SO 


*»*fli AGA 


£2850 


Alfred Chtckon AGA 


£22 50 


T F X AGA 


£31 SO 


pwather AGA 


£2850 


Morph AGA 


£28 50 


REFERENCE 




American Heritage D*cuonary 


£49.99 


Complete Works of Shakespeare 


£29.99 


■unrated Hoh/ BMe 


£29.99 


Nov Bas< Electron* Cookbook 


£39.99 


'ttfjee <rf BuHnem 


J»= 43 


DrWelknan 


£54.99 



Softwar* utrM toi gr*en ir+ ccrmp.jT.bii 



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AMIGA ACCESSORIES 





Sharp Monitor / TV 

The Superb Sharp 14" Monitor / TV provides a 
real alternative to a Commodore Monitor with 
full function remote control 39 channel electronic 
auto search tuning, digital on screen display and 
1.5 watt mpo audio output, all you need to know 
is the Low, Low Indi Price. 
So. unless you need High resolution graphics look 
no further, the Sharp Monitor / TV is the product 
for you complete with connectivity cabl<- 
.and including 1 2 Months Warranty 



£169.99 



NEW LOW PRICE IDE INTERNAL 
HARD DRIVES 

Indi can now offer top quality 2.5" Internal Hard Drives for the 
Amiga 600 and 1 200 at unbeatable prices. All drives come complete 
with a cable and installation software. 



80Mb 2.5" Internal Hard Drive £179.99 

1 20Mb 2.5" Internal Hard Drive £200.99 

1 70Mb 2.5" Internal Hard Drive £239.99 




Commodore MPS 1230 Printer 

A high quality 9 - pin pnnterwith paper and tractor feed and is fully 

compatible with Epsom FX80 and IBM Industry standards. High speed 

1 20 CPS draft mode and an NLQ mode of 24 CPS. 

Indi Added Value Free 

D - Print • Design greetings cards, letters and posters. 

Amiga Logo • Educational and programming language. 



£99.99 



| INDI 3000IS] 



A209I CONTROLLER CARD 

The 209IA is an auioboounj SCSI controller card with 
the facility to mount the SCSI Hard Drive directly onto 
the controller card The 209 1 A alio hat the facility to 
take upto 2Mb RAM (I 2 Mb ttepi) The A209IA con. 
troller is zorro II compatible and t% therefore tu»ubk 
for the Amtga 2000 ahhoujh n does offer an ideal solu- 
tion for the Amiga 4000/030. where leadm| edfe per- 
formance t% not re<)uire. The A209IA n sull the most 
reliable Amiga SCSI card available and with the supplied 
software is the easiest way to install. 

INDI PRICE £79.99 



A2630 -2Mb ACCELERATOR BOARD 

The 1 630 is a 68030 accelerator board running at 25Mhz complete 
with a 68882 FPU and 2Mb of 32 - Bit fast RAM suitable for the 
A2000. THe 2630 board brings the performance of the Amiga 2000 
upto nearly that of the A3000. ideal when running professional appli- 
cations. An additional 2Mb of 32 - Bit fast RAM can be added to the 
2630 board, giving a total of 4 Mb of fast RAM. 

INDI PRICE £369.99 

A2300 GENLOCK 

A cost effective home quality entry level internal genlock, 
suitable for the Amiga 2000/3000. The 2300 genlock is an 
ideal solution for anyone wishing to put titles or graphics 

onto home video. 
INDI PRICE £39.99 



,. A?2«6 AT EMULATOR 
Th« A5I86 AT em u li«xfe« o«*rj IBM 
AT compatibility on tne Amtga 2000 
and 3000 yilemi. running at lOMhi 
with I MB RAM and CGA jraphics The 
A2286 emulator alio m<ludei A 
535*1 2Mb floppy drive and MS DOS 
operating lohware. 

INDI PRICE £159.99 



A2088 XT EMULATOR KIT The 

A2088 XT emulator h<t offers IBM 

tompatiWiiyon the Am»p 2000 and 

3000 ivitemi. running. it * 77Mhx 

w.th 512Kb RAM and CGA graphic*. 

The A2088 emulator also includes a 

S.2S* 360K floppy dnvc and MS DOS 

operating lortware 

INDI PRICE C79.99 



A2058 RAM BOARD 

An $ Mb 16 ■ fi-i RAM board. wpp«d 
with 2Mb RAM and upgradable >n two 
steps The 2058 is a xorro II compati- 
ble and they are compatible with the 
A2000 

INDI PRICE £99.99 



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Warfare Workstation has 
one purpose: to manage 
and expedite the war 
between two planets. Or so it says in 
the manual. When you first boot up 




When Two Worlds War you are 
immediately thrown into a full-scale 
simulation of mechanised warfare in 
the far future. 

The arena of combat is sepa- 
rated into three areas: your planet, 




the enemy planet and all the space 
in between the two. 

You are placed in control of the 
entire war machine. You hove to 
make the decisions as to which 
Military Units (MUs) you want to 



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develop and how they are deployed 
once they are built. The options for 
new kinds of military hardware 
include tanks, jets, spaceships, 
submarines and satellites, and once 
you've got a set built, your units are 



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The main screen, showing the various scales of map (zoom and overall) and a Military Unit awaiting 
further orders. From this screen, all the sub-menus are accessed. 



Build yourself a tank, in your own home! Technology Is the key to success at trans-global conflict, 
ask anybody. You've gotta get yourself a modern army quickly If you want to succeed. 




eing a Fleet Commander 
patrolling your space beat 
for the Federated World 
Force should be a fairly 
happening business - but not, sadly, 




in Rules Of Engagement //. Though 
the game has many nice touches, 
such as being able to change the 
configuration of almost every part of 
the game, when the proverbial hits 




the fan this is a rather dull and 
boring strategy exercise. 

The theme of RoE II is that you 
are given a number of ships to 
deploy and a number of captains 
to... well, captain them. In your 
space sector there is a vast array of 
outposts, waypoinls and enemy ships 




The main control panel, with four of the 28 available screens activated. Top Left is a map of the sys- 
tem. Top Right Is the communications screen. Bottom are the Ship's defence and attack screens. 



This is tho mission choice screen. From here you take your newly created 
Fleet Commander and throw him Into the chaotic whirlwind of combat. 



and a variety of missions. The most 
basic of these is to destroy two ships 
full of drugs and piloted by the alien 
Basree race. The missions get more 
sophisticated and much harder as 
you go along until you are involved 

in full-blown inter- 
galactic warfare. 

The game is 
controlled from a 
split screen where 
you can call up 
four screens of 
tactical informa- 
tion at any one 
time. Each of 
these tactical 
screens deals with 
a different aspect 
of controlling your 
fleet, ranging 
from ship attack 



organised into squads with a base 
on your home planet. 

The game is easy enough to 
control: each unit can be ordered to 
perform various functions in each of 
the three arenas, from simple patrols 
to direct engagements. Units can 
also be ordered to whizz out on 
seek-and-destroy missions. 

Into the bargain, for your money 
you actually get the game in both 
standard and AGA form, on two 
separate sets of disks. 

When Two Worlds War benefits 
from having an exploration as well 
as a warfare element. As your units 
invade the enemy space your radar 
reveals more and more to you. 

The graphics are neat and clear, 
although some of the icons are a 
little confusing. The gameplay is 
reasonably intriguing, and as you 
and your enemy develop new units 
and increase in strength, the escala- 
tion of the war gives you a definite 
feeling of tension. 

The essential skills required to 
succeed at When Two Worlds War 
are good management of your 
resources and production facilities, 
combined with strategic forethought. 

When Two Worlds War is nei- 
ther simplistic nor shallow. It is an 
intriguing war game that will absorb 
you for some time. 

Richard Jones O 



WHEN TWO 
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The first and easiest mission briefing pits you 
against the evil drug-smuggling Basrec. 

and defence capabilities, to commu- 
nications, navigation, troop orders 
and information screens. This novel 
control panel and the flexibility of 
information it provides is probobly 
the best feature of this otherwise 
turgid game. 

All right, so you can choose the 
kind of aliens and ships you'll be 
fighting, the missions and campaigns 
you'll be playing and the physical 
aspects of the systems you'll be 
patrolling. But in the end Rules of 
Engagement II is just plain dull. 

It doesn't take long to reolise that 
no matter how successful a Fleet 
Commander you may be, there will 
never be a great deal of satisfaction 
to be had from erasing monochrome 
dots on a screen. 

Big fans of Public Domain Sfar 
Trek games may well find themselves 
hooked, but us ordinary mortals will 
have to look elsewhere for our kicks. 

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The main screen 

shows a map of the 

sea bed. which Is 

where all the action 

takes place. 





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in for a bad time with a 
game when its title is a 
very tenuous acronym. 
SUB, apparently, stands for Strategic 
Underwater Battles. Oh dear. 

The plot is that the surface world 
has become uninhabitable due to 
atmospheric depletion, and the only 
safe place on the planet is now 
under the sea. Obviously in such a 
situation the survivors of the holo- 
caust would immediately build a 
base, arm themselves to the gill 
implants and go for all-out sub-aquo 
carnage. It seems highly reasonable. 
There is a vague deja-vu aspect 
to all of this. Before you can buy 
weapons to kill everyone, you have 
to research and design them. 
Millennium 2.2 springs to mind here. 
Initially you have just one underwater 
base with research facilities, but you 
can build more, but you first have to 
make some money. 

You can either sell the plans to 
weapons, ships or whatever you 
design, or you can sell components 
that you have manufactured yourself. 
In the early stages you will not have 
the resources to make things, so sell- 
ing plans is the only choice. 



The mineral wealth of the ocean 
bed is there to be exploited. Mining 
platforms can be constructed to take 
oil, gems and ore from under the sea 
bed to power factories making com- 
ponents and ships which you can 
either sell or use to wage total war. 

Ships can be organised into 
platoons to seek and destroy pirates. 
You may leave the combat up to the 
computer to sort out, but it isn't advis- 
able. Considering the whole game is 
about strategic underwater combat, 
it's a bit of o shame that the combat 
part requires all the strategic exper- 
tise of o really tough game of Snap, 

This could have been a good 
game if only the user interface 
wasn't so tortuously unfriendly and if 
it didn't look like a poor version of a 
title released a couple of years ago. 
This game is certainly sub-standard. 

Nick Veitch O 

SUB 




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1 Theatre of Blood 
where Vincent Price 
.straps his victim into 
a chair and spears his eyes 
with a pair of rotating knives? 
That's what I feel like doing to 
the programmers of this. g 

theorre of* Death combines 
arcade shoot-em-up and stra 
egy elements based around 
-* fictional Def Com Military 

cademy. As one of its k^^^ 
est students you've been . 
loose on a military simulator 
to engage in a war of attrition 
~inst four ruthless comi 
and their armies. 

and 



singly complex missions 
among four zones (grassland, 

, snow and lunar). You 
can be called to launch troop 
'rs, |et strikes, tank 



screens - 



across two <_ 
the first Is a map where you 
can move your forces collec- 
tively and plan your stra 
the 









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and-behind view where you 
control individual troops, vehi 
cles or platoons. ^^^T 

If you're a fon of 
gratuitous pixellated vi 
you're in for a treat. Li I 



sprite 
even get splatted by 
tanks, swallowed by sharks 
or suffocate in the swamps 
that cover the game 
Sound good? If s no 



Pass the suicide pills 
Theatre of Death is plagued 
by an almost insurmountable 
number of problems. The 
control method is incredibt 
fiddly: you move your troops 
and vehicles around using a 
mouse, but ore forced to scro 
around the Action Screen with 
the cursor keys, so instead of 

ring on your selected p 

, the gome makes you 
chase around trying to find 
them. Worse still, appalling 
scrolling inevitably means fir* 
fights happen off-screen and 
you get caned by an enerr 
who's just out of tight. 

Another major gripe Is 
game's lack of artificial ini 

Ke when it comes H 
moving your troops. Click 

the Action Screen to give t 

destination and they plough 
h rivers or swamps 
_rowning in the process. 1 
also die if you move too c 
^■jto your own v 

'our tanks 

better. They manage 
get themselves stuck behir 
every building, tree and 
hillock going, so you end up 
wasting even more precious 
time trying to negotiate obsta- 

v when the Al should work 

where you want to go. 

Graphically, ToD looks the 
irt - the helicopters and." 
e good, casting con vino 
shadows, the sound effect 
are good too with some c< 
vincing gun noises, explosions 
and spine-tingling screams. 
But it's all spoiled by some 
dodgy collision detection and 

tery sprites whic 

ind objects and I 
ere. What a shame. 




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itting in the test room 
pootiing around with 
Alien Breed II, I was 
moved to ask consul- 
tant ed Vic Neitch what he 
was doing with the stopwatch 
he was clutching. "Testing an 
accelerator card," he replied. 
"Split-second reflexes and no 
small amount of cunning are 
required/' he continued. 
"Want to know what I had for 
breakfast as well? Toast and 
Marmite, lots of vitamin B." 

Not the most exciting con- 
versation to take place in the 
AF office. Yet this seemingly 
insignificant tete-a-tete bears 
such resemblance to this 
shoot-em-to-high-heaven 
game that it almost defies 
belief. For Alien Breed II 
requires split-second cunning 
and no small amount of reflex 
action. And the two main 
protagonists, Johnson 
and Stone are just the 
types who'd con- 
sume Marmite 
by the lorry load 
before heading off to 
blast aliens. 

Brief Plot Scenario type 
of paragraph. It's some nine 
years since our heroes from 
the Inter Planetary Corps 
crushed an invasion of 
frightful aliens. Peace pre- 
vailed - until now, that is. The 
fiends are back and 



without the help of Flash, 
Super, Spider, Wonder, Six 
Million, the Judge, or even the 
lads from Star Trek, it's up to 
you to quell this latest coup. 

Aargh! Aliens! 

Bombarding you from all 
angles, the nasties' barrage is 
constant and unforgiving. 
Balls of fire (goodness gra- 
cious), choppers, mutants, 
blobby things - you name it, 
it's on your case. The heli- 
copters can run you over, yet 
fly over fences taller than you 
without gaining any height/ 
while you shoot in vain hitting 
the barriers. Not fair. But per- 
severe, and after the initial 
anxiety and tears, you will 
treasure each success. Pick- 
ups are 



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scattered across a wide area, els with maps of the levels 01 
and if you're playing a simul- The gaming area is huge, 
taneous two-player game, it's It's a maze of rooms and pas 
wise to share them out so you sages, which wouldn't be so 
both benefit. Credits are bod but for the fact that they 
essential pick-ups and the ore occupied by more aliens 
first aid ones come in than the population of China 
handy. Also, the keys (NB: Future Publishing reserv 
ble you to get into all the right to let Steve exagger 
rooms and passages. ate wildly, sometimes). 
Once inside the com- 
plex, there's a computer Good game, good 
network which you can log Team 1 7 have, in this AGA 
on to when the need for version, produced some goo< 
that essential purchase graphic effects - the pre-mis- 
arises. It provides access (if sion screens are particularly 
you have credit) to a range of stunning. The scrolling is 
goods including smooth, although in the two- 
weaponry, key packs, as player games, both charactei 
^ well as a superb selec- have to be on the screen at 
tion of cutlery, the same time, and you can 
crockery and tea tow- get stranded at the side of th 



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After »pondin|{ ovef half an hour trying to Wast 
through th* gate, our hero grabs the manual. 



Upon close Inspection, the manual reveals noth- 
ing So our hero resort* to shooting on sight. 



Blimey What's this? A fiap between the pipes. 
Has our hero finally come to his senses? 



Oh no. Bach at landing zone one. No. no, don't 
put that fun m your mouth Put rt In your 



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ALIEN BREED 2 




tricky situation for our hero this time 
involving klH*r pM*) Mobs on carpet f—. 

screen if your mate's dawd- 
ling. And sometimes you get 
stuck in gaps which look easy 
to pass through. 

Alien Breed II is not wildly 
original - you trundle along 
shooting everything in sight; 
but it's slick and it's fun and 
yes, it's hard too. In two- 
player mode, it's a joyous 
romp. Thoughts of pick-up 
sharing fly out of the window 
as you zoom around, spray- 
ing bullets with wild abandon. 

Alien Breed Special Edition 
is in the shops at £10.99 and 
this retails at a hefty £29.99. 
Expensive stuff, even if they 



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have thrown in an Overdrive 
demo and a helicopter shoot- 
em-up, Apache, for free. 
Yet Team 1 7 are to be 
applauded for producing 
good quality, cheap games. 
And despite the 30 quid tag, 
Alien Breed II is a better game 
than many others in a similiar 
price brocket. 

Steve Bradley £> 




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•tin fly ov»f the fenc«i without going upwards. 



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They look very nice. Whether 
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is a different matter. But sma 



th the speech and sound 
ects serve to enhance the 
ality. Pump up the volume. 



iy this with a friend and 
j'll both be there for hours. 
I good as snogging Kylie. 

LAYABILITY 



The number of aliens on the 
prowl make this a tough assign- 
ment, but if s still great fun. 



- With this game 
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enthusiastically 
entered the AGA 
arena. Most have 
heard off, iff not 
played, Allen 
Breed. The West 
Riding softies 
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irst impressions con be mis- 
leading, and that's certainly 
the case with the platform 
extravaganza Wonder Dog. 

Let's face it. Bunny Meadow isn't 
where you'd expect to start an 
adventure in which your canine hero 
must save the galaxy from the evil 
General Von Ruffbone and his army 
of dog troopers. 

In fact, why anybody would 
want to go to Bunny Meadow is 
beyond me. The rabbits don't attack 
you unless you hit them first, the 
moles nip your ankles in a cute sort 
of way, and all there is to do is leap 
around the greenery and foliage col- 
lecting bones and diamonds and 
stumbling across the occasional 
bonus level before wandering off 
towards the next challenge. 

You half expect Wonder Dog to 
stop half way through and say: 
"Come on bunnie wunnies, come on 
moles, come on hedgehogs, come 
on ducks, let's all stop and have a 
picnic." Pratt. 



Anyway, after 
this less ihon auspi- 
cious start, Wonder 
Dog begins to show 
its teeth. The levels 
become more chal 
lenging, there's ihe 
occasional puzzle 
and you discover 
that Wonder Dog can 
burrow down to deep levels and 
slide under things, and that if you 
shoot some of the walls there are 
bonuses concealed within them. 

After working your way through 
six levels (including the entertaining 
'Dogsville' and 'The Scrap Yord' and 
the extremely tricky 'Planet Weird') 



The hero ol this oscnp.tdo has. 

allegedly, been Injected wtth a 
top secret wonder serum and 
launched into space In a bone 
capsule In a desperate effort 

to save the galaxy from 

General Von Ruffbono. 



and taking on some par- 
ticularly mediocre 
guardians, you arrive at 
General Von Ruffbone's 
home planet, K9, where 
v pr" your mission comes to a 

iji' *^w moderately thrilling 
^ climax. All of this is 
^ ^ ^J accompanied by the 
^^■^ sort of music they 
played to carpet advertisements at 
cinemas in the 1970s, and some 
rather good graphics. 

Although it seems o bit ruff at 
first, Wonder Dog eventually shows 
some pedigree. 

Richard Jones O 



Smooth scrolling and well- 
drawn backgrounds add quite a 
lot to the gameplay . 



Everyone who heard the music 
was somehow reminded of the 
1970s. Most peculiar. 



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game that you will have to be 
dragged away from. 

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Dog develops into an engaging 
if undemanding platformer. 

VERDICT 



** Wonder Dag is 
a well-crafted 
platformer, which 
lacks any real 
originality but is 
fine as far it 
goes. The graph- 
ics are good, but 
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bit annoying. ** 



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planet K9, you'll encounter enough unpleasant things to send you barking mad. 



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- no matter what kind of games you 
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he helicopter has been 
•me thing of o four de 
e in 1993, what 
i the brilliant 
Strike, the fantastic 
unship 2000, and the 
slightly less impressive 
Firehawk. Noel Edmonds 
still got his, I think; and 
Leonardo Di Vinci almoi 
invented it. And Guns 'n 
Roses go to concerts in them, 
apart from when they go by 
. Or by limousine, 
xt up is Vision 
ware's Seek and Destroy, 
a blost-em-to-smithe i ew i 
affair. Four different terrains 
(desert, water, snow and jun- 
gle) and a heap of missions 
are on offer in this easy -to 
complete number. 

I'm lying actually, 
game is not easy. I've got a 
fax from Vision headed 'Hints 
and Tips'. At the bottom of the 
Tt it states: "everyone at 
has been able to com- 



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plete all 15 missions and con- 
tinue playing for points". Fair 



re so 

bout it. I haven't seen s 
nor sound of snow or jungle. 
So this is a shoot-em-up that 
will keep you in business for 
some time. ^^J M a 

eeking the folk that you 
ust destroy is achieved by 
using the radar which is per- 
manently on the tail of the 
chopper. Coloured dots re 
sent the differef^pnemie 

fers, tank 
ships. Buildings are yel- 
low (not scared, yellow dots, 
I mean). There is also a built- 
in map screen which you can 
refer to in times of need - in 
ny case this was constantly. 

. act ical ma 

Seek and Destroy has a tw> 

player simultaneous 

One player flies the i 
' le the other acts a g 

using a joy- 
stick from the 
other port. I 
also possible 
to play in two 



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is. And you get to waar a greet jacket." Tarry Slmpfetns - helicopter pilot from Barruley. 




player mode on your own 
using a joystick in one hand, 
and bashing away on a 
mouse or stick with the other 
(if you're a bit clever, unlike 
me). There's a decent array of 
weaponry at hand, accessed 
using F1 to F6 on the key- 
board (if you're ambitious - 
you need three hands) includ- 
ing intercepter and ground 
missiles, nicely complemented 
with a generous helping of 



napalm bombs. 
■ Some enemy buildings, 
when blown to pieces, reveal 
pick-ups which replenish 
either fuel, shield or 

ponry. Trouble is, you 
I to land to acquire rl 
and often, you face a bo 
of fire when attempting to do 
so. But no matter, practice 
makes perfect (and p 
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cally enhances both the 
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four times. 

The scrolling is super- 
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are spinning the chopper 
around, the scenery rotates In 
such a way that you still feel 
in control, unlike with 
Firehawk where you seemed 
in wildly. 



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Rather too convincing at times, 
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and Destroy is by no means m to, but once you do if II keep 



an original example of the 
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be unkind, one might suggest 
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the drama. But as i 

out-and-out blast-em 

affair 

best 



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PLAYABILITY 



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a contest to prove who's the toughest hi the galaxy* 



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Out now 



ighting's no fun any 
more. Just because 
you're the world champ 



you get every no-hoper in the 
world trying to have a go at 
you. It's just such a pity 
they're no match for a well- 
placed uppercut, a strategic 
knee jab or the lightning bolt 
from your ironbar fingers. 
Time to go elsewhere for 
some action. 

Body Blows Galactic finds 
you following in the footsteps 
of Danny and Junior (the 
heroes of the original Body 
Blows) as they explore other 
planets in search of head- 
cracking inspiration. 

They stumble ae 
warlike inhabitants 
Gellorn-5, Miasma, 
and Eclipse and decide 
challenge them all to a 
em-up contest where the 
victor will be crowned 
Galactic Champion. 

Show off those skills 4 

You and up to eight pals cai . 
choose to play one of 12 
extra-terrestrial characters 
with an astonishing variety of 
fighting skills and special 
moves. The action takes place 
over the five different planets 
of the competition's hosts and 
there are three difficulty levels 
to choose from, tt oil sounds 
ark ably similar to the 



original Body Blows. True, you 
get to choose a few more 
characters and feast your eyes 
on some different back- 
grounds, but the | 
basic concept 




unchanged. 

Like any beat- 
em-up, this game 
is all about 
smacking your 
opponents all over 

the shop until they TefcBO deUw •" «*** ■»«** Ne| 
finally crumple "* t0 m cyb0f « ow,ooen, L "~ 

into a defeated pile. This really is mi 

prong|easy enough against player Or T 



OK, it's not really that bad, 
but it does get very frustrating 
when you keep being beaten 
again and again through no 

discernible fault of 
your own. Having 
21 different joy- 
stick manoeuvres 
to remember 
really doesn't 
help any, either. 



Beat those 
baddies 

^^ ameplay 

really it much better in two- 
player Or Tournament mo ' 



opponents, but not so 
gainst the Amiga- 
oorWrolted baddies. 



tion 



waggling 

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bour . 

dented head 
against the pave- I 
moat. Naturally/ 
your Amiga man- 
ages to pull the required 
stunts with breathtaking ease 
while you just stand the 
mocing and doing an m 



of so when you stand a far better 
chance of actually putting one 
over on your opponents. Ifs a 
e^i i ■ groat feeling 

being the toughest 
new kid on the 
block and it's bet- 
ter than trying the 
handles on 
parked cars for 
evening. 
With bo 
randard Amiga 
and AGA versions 
available, Body 

Ifi/ows Galactic is 

Wtrra **«^ani a worthy SUCCes- 

FMint Flame attack. SOT tO the Original. 

I This certainly won't be the 

I ease best or most expensive beat- 
em-up you'll play this Xmas, 
but it comes pretty close. 



Large, wefl-ani mated 



and 



this a great gome to gawp 



and 



sexy backgrounds 



Bone-splintering sound effects 



speech samples elevate this 



game above the average. 



keep you going all through 
-stmos, but you'll be pig sick 
of it by New Year. 

PLAYABILITY 



Iffy joystick controls makes this 
a tricky proposition. Two-player 
or Tournament mode is 



VERDICT 



- Galactic Is 
better than the 
original, but It 
suffers from 
dodgy joystick 
controls and is 
trembling in the 
long shadow cast 
by the upcoming 
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Junior, who Is 
named iiftec unr 
of Bod* Blow* 
programmers, 

a powerful 
fireball cafted Ths 
Fists of Fury. 



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tant Dtno has an 
unusual move. He 
attacks opponents 
by slingtng hrs 



Also from Gellom. 

Dr.ijtnn hat A 

'.[unr chiliiMj; roar 
and a bouncing 
bomb attack 
named the 



Inferno proves 
deadly In combat 
when he uses a 
burning Catherine 
wheel move 
called the 



Maud Mo the fray. Dambustsr . 



EarthHng Danny Is 
a tough fighter. 
Watch out for his 
Inner Energy Bolt 
which sends a ball 
of venom crashing 
Mo your gizzard. 



Femlnlons second 
female. K.H Tl has 
wicked ways, espe- 
cially when she 
disarms opponents 



Later fights like a 

■ 

unleashing nasty 

Laser Beams at 

any enemy who 

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SILENT SERVICE II : Silent Service II is the sequel of Silent Service, the great sub- 
battle simulation. This new version benefits from great technological 
improvements and many new missions. 




RED BARON : 1914, World War One breaks out in the sky; thanks to Red Baron you 
now have the chance to become one of the aces of all times. 





RAILROAD TYCOON : In the 19th century Industrial Revolution begins in Europe and 
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rom the breathtaking 3D 

intro the end of World 

Seven, you know you're 

playing one heck of a 
game. Zool is very fast, very furious 
and filled with all kinds 
of psychedelic obsta- 
cles and baddies for 
you to overcome. 

Widely touted as a 
console-beater when 
first released, the 
triumphant arrival of 
Zoo/ on the CD 32 
should help establish 
the machine as a 
viable game-playing 
format and consign 

DfetenderS like the lack- Zo01 * N,n ** °* *"* Nth Dlmenston < come* crash-landing onto CO 32 

lustre Oscar to the 





Programmers: Gremlin in-house ■ Publisher: Gremlin 0742 753423 



Price: £25.99 ■ Release: out now ■ AF Rating: FG93* 



%. 



with the help of some souped-up graphic* and a funky soundtrack. 



bargain bins of history. 

The aim of the game is to get the 
"Protector of Creative Thought and 
Defender of Positive Action" through 
seven themed worlds - Sweet, 
Music, Fruit, Tool, Toy, Funfair and 
Shoot-em-up - collecting bonuses 
and zapping a motley collection of 
baddies as you go. 

Zool CD 32 plays like an absolute 
dream. You're hooked within the first 
couple of minutes of play as the 
scorchingly fast Ninja leaps from 
platform to platform. There are tots 
of great touches - like the ability to 
cling to the side of objects - and his 
spinning bamboo attack puts even 
the toughest baddies in their place. 

As well as (obviously!) including 
the enhanced graphics and sound 
effects of the AGA version, Gremlin 
have also added some marvellous 
3D animated sequences and a selec- 
tion of - hey! - real music for you to 
blast through your stereo. All in all, 
Zool is an incredibly slick, day-glo 




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platformer with a real sense of char- 
acter. You're hooked into his 
technicolour world right from the 
word go and it's almost impossible 
to put the controller down. The pace 
is frenetic and you can make Zool 
move even faster by toggling the 
Intertia and Speed settings on the 
Options screen. There are three diffi- 
culty levels too. 

Controlling Zool is simplicity 
itself. Press the Red button on 
the joypad to make him jump, 
the Green burton to fire and 
both together for a baddie- 
beating leap. The D-pad is 
used for Zool's eight other 
gravity-defying moves. 

No game is perfect, 
though, and Zool has more 
than its fair share of faults. For 
one thing, the backgrounds are 
so overwhelmingly colourful at 
times that it's hard to tell 
what's in the foreground. This -oot, took. he's ****,- Thm were the nnai word* ot Attn* j 

means you end Up being dob- Pwfrock before Zool unleashed a killer Ninja kick at his head. 



Welcome to Sweet World, home of the ferocious Jelly and the hard-boiled bee. Collect the goodies for 
100 points apiece. Keep an eye out for the flying hearts, too - they give you more energy. 

bered by baddies you thought 
were part of the scenery and 
the sight of Zool pirouetting 
modly from platform to plat- 
form against such a distracting 
backdrop can actually make 
you feel quite ill. I also hate 
the way baddies keep coming 
bock to haunt you no matter 
how many times you kill them. 
However, these ore minor 
niggles in an otherwise crack- 
ing platform game. Rush out 
and get yourself o copy today 

RobMMdO 






Programmers: CTA Developments ■ Publisher: Ocean 061-832 6633 
■ Price: £25.99 ■ Release: out now ■ AF Rating: 83% 




omic Relief's oil over now, 
so you forget about being 
charitable. The question is: 
can Sleepwalker CD 32 
stand up to close inspection, now the 
hype is all over? 

You play a cutely ani- 
mated dog called Ralph in a 
platforming adventure centred 
around your sleepwalking 
master, Lee. The aim of the 
game is for you to safely 
guide Lee through the haz- 
ardous streets of Kipsville and 
get him safely back to bed. 

The first thing you realise 
is that Ocean have done this 
on the cheap. The plastic CD 
box doesn't have any special 
artwork or information on it 



and you get a copy of the standard 
Amiga manual with a slip of paper 
showing you which keys to press on 
the CD 32 's controller. Tut, tut. 

Sleepwalker also loses points for 
being almost unbearably frustrating. 




Oh dear! Ralph falls victim to Klpsvllle's over -zealous dog-catcher. 
Looks like Lee's going to bo waking up sooner than you thought. 



You think you've got lit- 
tle Lee into the perfect 

spot for o good kick up 

the side of a building 

when he trundles off 

and spoils your plans. 
However with six 

massive levels, stocks 

of puzzles, bonus sec- 
lions and some 
genuinely funny 
moments, 
Sleepwalker turns 
into an addictive 
and absorbing 
platformer. This 
CD 32 version hos all the 
gorgeous graphics, 
sound samples and ani- 
mations of the AGA 
incarnation as well as 
some very Christmassy 
music. It's a shame Ocean 




Ralph tries to stop the somnambulistic Lee from taking a tumble off 
a very high building. Good Job you're here to help out. 



hoven't included extro levels or 
animations (though there is a 
rolling Inferno demo) but 
this is still a brilliant game 
to get for CD 32 , despite the 
cheapskate packaging. 

Rob Mead O 




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DINOSAUR DETECTIVE AGENCY 




timely release or a 
cynical cash-in on the 
fashion for all things 
Jurassic? It doesn't 
matter, really, because this gome is 
complete and utter tosh. 

Dinosaur Detective Agency is a 
cutesy platform game starring 
Sherlock Ness - the dino detective of 
the title. You have to help him tra- 
verse four different worlds in search 
of the clues which can help him solve 
the different cases his pals have 
reported to him. 

Naturally, there are plenty of 
bonuses and nasties hanging around 
each level to help or hinder your 
progress. At the end of each level 

Of all the detective agencies In all the world. 

why did thii creep walk Into mine? He knew we 

were both victims of a sad movie cash-in. 



Programmers: In-house ■ Publisher: Alternative 0977 797777 
Price: £16.99 ■ Release: out now ■ AF Rating: 38% 



you also hove to use your trusty cam- 
era to take a picture - m a Golden 
Shot kind of way - of the baddie 
who caused your pals such grief. 



Sadly the only crime committed 
here is of extremely dodgy graphics 
and flaky gameplay - Sherlock's 
leaping ability is especially suspect 



and you waste a lot of time, lives 
and hair trying to get him from one 
platform to another. 

At £ 1 6.99, it's not cheap either. 
so give DDA a miss and flick elastic 
bands at your kid brother instead. 

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GRAHAM GOOCH'S SECOND INNINGS 



W 



hen Graham 
Gooch's World 
Class Cricket 
arrived in the office 
it was met with the odd suspicious 
glance. Cricket and Amigas tend to 
make uneasy bedfellows, the intraca- 
cies of the game being difficult to 
portray successfully. 

But Audiogenic did a magnifi- 
cent job combining great graphics 
and sound with convincing and real- 
istic gameplay. It was by no means 
perfect, but good enough for me and 
a mate to play through the first half 
of the FA Cup Final. 

You couldn't bowl a googly, but 
spin, swing and fast balls were all 
weapons in the armoury for budding 
Wasims, Warnes or, erm, Pringles. 



Programmers: Irvhouse B Publisher: Audiogenic 081-424 2244 
Price: £17.99 ■ Release: out now ■ AF Rating 80% 




Unfortunately, you have to spank the 
monkey out of your joystick to get the 
ball to go at Wasim speed. 

And now Audiogenic have 
released Graham Gooch's Second 
Innings, on add-on to the original 
game with a whole host of extra fea- 
tures. The computer batsmen are 
improved, all 1 8 county squads ore 
included and there are five historic 
matches lo watch including 
'Bolham'sTest' from 1981. 

You must hove the original game 
to use Second Innings, and the total 
cost for both is a fulsome £48. The 
game hos been improved and it is a 
worthy addition to a good cricket 
sim but I would have liked to have 
seen the price nearer a tenner. 

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BILL ELLIOT'S NASCAR CHALLENGE 




o what's Nascar then? 
It stands for National 
Association for Stock Car 
Auto Racing and it takes 
place on short tracks and super- 
speedways across America. And as 
luck would have it, our Bill is the 
fastest driver of them all. He once 
qualified for a race averaging 212 
mph - and that's mighty fast. 

The drivers have to be adept at 
racing on the many types of circuit - 
on both high-banked oval tracks and 
on Hot rood tracks. 

There are three cars to choose 
from (a Ford, a Chevy and a 
Pontiac) and eight different circuits 
including one at Darlington. Options 
are plentiful and they include auto 
and manual gears, and you can 
even drive on 'no damage'. 



Programmers: Konami ■ Publisher: Gametek 0753 553445 
Price: £14.99 ■ Release: out now ■ AF Rating 50% 




The racing simulation f* gradually seeing a change. Out go the point -of view perspective*, and In 
come the overhead view* $ la Skidmarks, Micro Machines and Overdrlvm, Hurrah, say I. 



It's o couple of years old this gome 
and it shows. The graphics are fairly 
basic although the roar of the engine 
is splendid. 

How does it race? Well, just like 
a lot of other average racing games 
but I couldn't face the 300 lops of 
some of the tracks - it gets heavy 
going The control works well after a 
bit of practice but on some circuits it 
can gel a bit tedious because it's so 
easy. Another rather fiddly option is 
the car tuning section, where you 
con tweok the motor for the particu- 
lar circuit you're about to tackle. 

I'll leave you with wonderful 
quote from the box: "A stock car 
simulation that turns your disk drive 
into o pit pass to the most authen; 
racing environment available" Fine 






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mud-plugging action. 

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Format issue 51 Coverdisk demo of Skidmarks. 



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2196 


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1095 


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6196 1 


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2195 


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16.95 1 


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1795 


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22.96 


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2195 


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2599 1 


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2195 


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190 


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2195 


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1196 


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1896 


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1196 


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21.95 


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2160 


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W95 


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796 1 


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7196 


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14,95 


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16 95 


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1195 1 


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21 96 | 


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7196 


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21 95 


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2195 


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15 75 1 


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1696 | 


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M«6 


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21 95 


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24 95 


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696 1 


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2196 1 


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696 1 


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1196 


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2195 




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2195 


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24 96 


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1195 


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696 1 


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1175 


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CARDIAXX 



Team 1 7 ■ £ 1 0.99 ■ Reviewed AF3 1 37% 




Canaan* Is not one ol 
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The shoot-em-up is one of my favourite genres. In foci, I can't think of anybody 
in ihe AF office who doesn't like flying high and having a blast. Team 17, 
nice picture on the box, Cardiaxx spelled with two x's, a tablespoon of flour - 
sounds like the right ingredients lor some tremendous fun. 

But no This is not a good shoot-em-up. Can't complain about the sound or 
graphics - very competent It's just not a playable game. Every time you touch 
the joystick the ship veers off across the screen, 
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NIGHTSHIFT 

Kixx ■ £1 2.99 ■ Reviewed AF] 8 81% 




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factory. The boss is watching your every move to see if you're good enough 
for a permanent position. Crikey, Marcus is watching me. Best make it look 
like I'm working hard. Nose. Grindstone. Thai's better. Choose to be either 
Frank or Fiona Fixit and head off to the factory floor where your task is to 
keep the machinery (known as the beast) running smoothly. Leap around the 
platforms plugging leaks, switching switches and generally keeping the toys 
running off the conveyer belt in one piece. After all, who wants to buy Darth 
Vader with two heads? 

Nightshift is a comical platform puzzler with 
many surprises. Lemmings, hoovers and many 
other nasties attempt to sabotage the evening's 
proceedings and to make matters worse it's 
against the clock. Great fun and original to boot. 



8/1 





Kixx XL ■ £12.99 ■ Reviewed AF29 88% 







Knights of the Sky It one of the finest examples of the flight simulator - please buy a copy. 

'The young flyer walks out of the barracks. It is early dawn. The sky is begin- 
ning to lighten over Hunland. It will be another clear, cold day in Flanders.' 
I love manuals, me. Engage in head-to-head battles ogainst historical enemies. 
Use the word Fokker os many time as you like. Planes flew at a decent speed 




War. children, Is Just a shot away, but when you're In the sky. It's usually miles away. 



back in the First World War. You could see the 
enemy - no speed of sound stuff then. And Knights 
of the Sky has a great feel to it. There are hun- 
dreds of missions, and at 13 quid, it's a bargain. 



9/1 



RAILROAD TYCOON 

Action Sixteen ■ £16.99 ■ Reviewed AF22 92% 




I could never qullo manage to get tho Leeds to Harrogate railway off the ground. Or on the ground. 

Empire building in the golden age of the railroads is ihe name of the game. 
Build tracks, stations, even whole industries in one of four regions - Eastern 
and Western USA, Europe and England. Each region has its own economy 
which has to be studied before you decide where to invest your capital. 
Stations run on a supply and demand basis and if you're not making any 
money you won't last long. 

If successful, you can then move on to other towns, increasing your rail 
network, expanding your rolling stock, building bridges and seeing off rivals 
in fare wars until your empire stretches across the 
entire game world. Railroad Tycoon is not a visual 
extravaganza, but the gameplay is compelling. 
Out of my way, I'm off to build a railroad through 
my Granny's back garden. 

HOOK 

Hit Squad ■ £9.99 ■ Reviewed AF38 48% 



9/1 




LINKS 

Kixx ■ £16.99 ■ Reviewed AF36 92% 




Links: not a helicopter, or a member of the cat family, but a rather excellent gott game. 

Golf is o fine gome. Young Jonesy and myself recently pasted our beloved Ed 
and Frank at the local pitch-ond-putt course. Oh what joy. Loading Links takes 
a similar amount of time to a round of pitch-ond-putt. It also takes an age to 
redraw between shots and you need on external floppy drive to load it. A 
hard drive is what's really needed unless you have the patience of Job. 

Gripes aside. Links is visually stunning - the golfer sprite looks superb. 
The gameplay is excellent with detailed information about your shot at your 
mousetips. The variety of shots con take a while to pick up, unlike PGA Tour, 
but that's all part of port of the charm and the 
challenge. Eight people can play at one time 
although there are only three courses (another 
gripe) So if you've got a hard drive, then this is a 
great buy. If not, goodbye. 

GRAHAM TAYLOR'S 
SOCCER CHALLENGE 

Buzz ■ £9.99 ■ Reviewed AF37 82% 



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A point-ond<lick adventure game with two pages of instructions. Now there's 
a novelty. Hook's a pirate and he's 'borrowed' your children, so you (Peter 
Bannining, Ne Pon) must get to Neverland (good album that, ho ha, - oh nev- 
ermind) in order to rescue them from his evil clutches. So with the help of 
Tinkerbell you toddle off asking all sorts of pertinent questions around the port 
and getting insulted by oil and sundry for showing such a healthy curiosity - 
which rather begins to grate after a while. 

Hook is slickly presented but it lacks the qualities that made Monkey 
Island (itself a recent budget release) a great game. Graphically it's not as 
stylish, and it doesn't have the options, depth or 
humour of it's illustrious counterpart. The character 
interaction doesn't evolve, it repeats the same mes- 
sages off pat. Pat who? Hook is not bad, but it's 
nowhere near great. 



5/1 



The challenge is not to take 'control' of the national team and employ bizarre 
tactics in Scandinavian countries, but rather to take the helm of a Third 
Division club and win football matches. Not that Graham's is a hard oct to fol- 
low, what with him winning fewer trophies than Manchester City. The game is 
comprehensively packed to the gills with all the usual management options. 
Enter the transfer market - I hear you con get some nice deals on Leeds play- 
ers at the moment although, os manager of Burnley, my £14,500 bid for 
Gary Speed was surprisingly rejected 

Graham Taylor's Soccer Challenge combines slick presentation (which is 
more than can be said for the real Graham Taylor) 
with excellent arcade action. You even get match 
reports on newspaper back pages, and I'm just 
relieved that the tabloids haven't labelled me 
'Turniphead Bradley'. 



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Silmarils ■ £29.99 ■ Storm Master (AF33 90%) ■ Ishar [AF37 76%) ■ Transarctica [AF45 60%). 




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ous opponents In a classy role playing adventure. 

STORM MASTER 

John Kettley is a weatherman, though unfortunately 
he has yet to be promoted to Storm Master. 
Countries at war, the discovery of flight, sea mon- 
sters, a pinch of sail - sounds like the right 
ingredients for a strategic affair with the odd bit of 
arcade action thrown in for good measure. And 
this looks good as well, with its impressive intro 
sequence showing the Storm Master cooking up 
some tremendous weather. 

You are the leader of the island of Eolia and 
the object is to win the war, or rather wind the 
war, by calling up the Storm Master to give you a 
prevailing wind to help your aircraft on their way. 
And there's even a most enjoyable dogfight sec- 
tion to tackle when you get over the sea in your 
plane. Recommended. 



If life In the future Is to be lived on trains, then everyone will 
surely be late for everything they do. Nightmare scenario eh? 

TRANSARCTICA 

Centuries after a severe Nuclear Winter, the sur- 
vivors live on large trains. Yes, you read that right. 
Folk travel oround a rail network controlled by the 
evil Viking Union, trading to make a living. You, 
as luck would have it are a good guy, out to 
smash the Viking powerhold. Trade mammoths 
and slaves, equip your tram with weapons and 
travel the scenic Settle to Carlisle route 

Unfortunately, Transarctica is a rather pedes- 
trian affair, and it won't be long before you're 
back at the BR station taking numbers. But I'll leave 
you with this cheery Christmas thought - a quote 
from the press release that accompanies 
Transarctica suggests that it's a 'frighteningly real- 
istic scenario of a possible future for our planet'. 
Merry Christmas. 



Throw In one of the blokes from Right Said Fred, add The Mighty 
Sword of Dobber, and role play to your heart* content. 

ISHAR 

Gesundheit. Very funny eh? Anyway, it's on with 
the role-ploying fun. This time the evil happens to 
be in a place called Kendoria, and you've got to 
head up to fortress Ishar to kill the bad man. On 
the way you gather a merry band, pick things up, 
kill monsters and search for clues. It's a good look- 
ing game this, as well as being rather large - 
20,000 locations apparently, but don't quote me 
on that because I only sow 1 8,762. Pleasing 
fayre. though some may find it a bit of a plodder. 
An all round good egg of a compilation (if you 

likeRPGs, of course), 

although I wouldn't 
want to spend 
Christmas Day playing 
Transarctica. 



7/1 



COMBAT CLASSICS 

Empire ■ £29.99 ■ Fl 9 Stealth Fighter [AF\6 91%) ■ Pacific Islands [AF35 93%) ■ Silent Service II [AF28 82%) 







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Fighter remains one of the best flight slms around, 

F- 1 9 STEALTH 
FIGHTER 

There's lots of war in the Combat Classics 2 com- 
pilation. Aeroplane, tank and submarine warfare 
is the order of the day and in F- i 9 Stealth Fighter 
you con gun for glory as a new pilot in and fly 
through mosses of missions as you attempt to get 
promoted through the ranks. 

As luck would hove it, the aircraft is so difficult 
to pick up on radar, the enemy has a heck of a 
time trying to shoot you down because you are 
masked in a cloak of radar invisibility. Much of the 
game is taken up with ensuring that you maintain 
this advantage by monitoring enemy radar posi- 
tions. F-1 9 is a comprehensive flight sim and 
though not graphically stunning, it's a worthy addi- 
tion to a combat fan's collection. 



'Peace man', is certainly an under used phrase here. Still, It's 
fun when you get to drive the VW Camper Van across a trench. 



in j I 

Take on the might of the Japanese navy In this here blockbuster. 
Forest Pearl Harbour? Forget It. Revenge will be sweet. Nice eh? 



PACIFIC ISLANDS SILENT SERVICE 



Tanks up next in Pacific Islands, the jewel in this 
compilation pack. More Americans and more war 
as you battle the North Koreans who have 
invaded the Yama Yama islands. You can mobilise 
up to four units in your attempts to drive out the 
occupying forces. It's a tactical affair, and success 
depends on your ability to manage all aspects of 
the campaign, 

For example, if you damage civilian villages 
as you fight it out with the enemy forces, you'll find 
that your money supply dries up because you lose 
support for the cause at home. Pacific Islands is 
more a test of tactical and strtegic skill than just a 
tank battle blast-em-to-kingdom-come job, but it 
does still involve plenty of shooting action. A most 
excellent thing it is, too. 



Sneaky business this, sneaking up to ships and tor- 
pedoing them out of the water. Ideal for anyone 
who yearns to be a World War II submariner, 
Silent Service II places you in command of a sub in 
the Pacific, pilling you against the Japanese. 

It's best to start at practice level where you can 
fire off a few rounds at some defenceless sap 
before heading off for some serious war. There's 
loads of detail but the game is surprisingly easy to 
get in to. Once you've mastered the basics, Silent 
Service can be a tense and atmospheric experi- 
ence. Combat Classics 

2 is a fine compilation 
for those with a keen 
interest in all things 
warlike. 



8/1 



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And so it was with eager anticipa- 
tion that young Nick Wilton 
excitedly ripped open the parcel on 
Christmas morning. 

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platformer with the big guns and tit- 



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how to play Chinese Chess today, 



Bridge tomorrow and Othello by 
Tuesday week." 

Also included in this package is 
the 'gome' of the moment, Chess. 
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lunchtime activity. Kids straining in 
the queue at the door, desperate to 
become the next Grandmaster. 
"Bags I Nigel Short," is an oft heard 
cry at the start of the match. Other 
favourites include Backgammon, 
Draughts (also know as Checkers, 
because the Prime Minister plays it 
at weekends, apparently) and 



Bridge. This is a solid enough pack- 
age, nicely presented and with 
two-player options. And I still can't 
win a game of 4-in-o-line. Not that I 
was 
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BLUE ANGELS FORMATION 
FLIGHT SIMULATION 

Hit Squad ■ £9.99 ■ Not previously reviewed 




We know them as 
the Red Devils, 
they call them- 
selves the Blue 
Angels. 



'Piercing the clouds on a wing and a prayer.' exclaims the box. And I thought 
technology had moved on a pace. The Blue Angels are a United States naval 
version of the Red Arrows, but before you get to Fornborough, there ore 
moves to be learned including diamond loops, and all sorts of rolls. So, to 
master these, you must train in o flight simulator, 
before you gel to use the err, flight simulator It's 
not as much fun as Knights of the Sky, but for 
those who liked Top Gun, this should be right up 
your flight path. 



7/1 



ASHES 

Action Sixteen ■ £1 .99 ■ Reviewed AF37 85% 




Another cheery 
subject for a 
Earns, war torn 
Eastern Europe. 
Yet few games are 
brave enough to 
tackle ill© at 
Pontlns. 



Formerly known as Ashes of Empire, the object of this game is to bring peace 
to the CSR. a fictitious Eastern European superstate on the verge of civil war. 
Beyond that, the threat of nuclear war looms, so be in no doubt as to the size 
of your task Travel the five Republics, gathering supporters as you try to 
pacify various ethnic groups. There are eight behaviour icons to choose from 
as you attempt to recruit folk, and each individual 
requires specific treatment. Ashes hasn't got any 
great depth, but it looks nice and there ore loads 
of characters, landscapes and courses of action to 
take. Ideal for those future diplomats among you. 



7/1 



GALLUP TOP 10 BUDGET SELLERS OF 1993 



1. Alien Breed: Special Edition 92 - Team-17 

2. First Division Manager - Code Masters 

3. Trivial Pursuit - Hit Squad 

4. Dizzy: Prince of the Yolkfolk - CodeMasters 

5. F 16 Combat Pilot - Action Sixteen 



6. Project-X - Team-17 

7. James Pond - GBH 

8. RBI 2 - Hit Squad 

9. Hero Quest - GBH 

10. Prince of Persia - Hit Squad 



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Klxx XL 021-625 3311 
Hit Squad 061-832 6633 
SHmarils 071 328 2762 
Empire 081-343 7337 
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Oxford Softworks 099382 3463 
Buzz 0709 372290 



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Driven out from his homeland of Pulse, by the 

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1 . SENSIBLE SOCCER 92/9 

Reviewed AF42 80% 

Renegade •07 1481 9214 

Recreate the 1966 World Cup between England and Germany by loading 

the Custom Teams and selecting the appropriate sides. Opt for a friendly 

match and you can play the gomo In vintage black-and-white. W 

2. STREETFIGHTER 2 

Reviewed AF43 8/% 

US GoWe 02 1-625 3366 

Select a One Player game, then position the cursor over Blanfca. Type 

PATIENCE stowty for ktftnrte energy. " 

7KIDS and exit. Both players can now play the same character. 

3. PREMIER MANAGER 

Reviewed AM3 87% 

Gremlin •0742 753423 

Go to the telephone screen and enter 753423 to give the keeper 99 

points and 000123 to give the mtdfield 99 skill points. Also try typing In 

781560 to receive £20 million and all your players up to full fitness. V 

4. DESERT STRIKE 

Reviewed Af46 87% 
Electronic Arts • 0753 549442 
Go the Access Code screen and enter TQQQLOM for five ttves or BQQQAEZ 
for ten lives. Now either begin the first mission or go straight to the Access 
Code screen to skip to other levels. 
CAMPAIGN TITIE CODE 

2 Scud Buster LQJAQRJ 

lyClty TUWAQ 

Nuclear Storm JTEKOMK 

5. BODY BLOWS 

Reviewed Af46 87% 

Teom 17 •0924 291867 

Go to the Options menu. Push Joystick 1 left and Joystick 2 right and 

for ten seconds to activate the Cheat mode. 



6. LEMMINGS 2 

Reviewed AF46 FG94% 

PsygnosuO051 709 5755 

Press Load then Cancel to stop the music, then click on alt four 

the screen In order until you hear "Let's Go!" You can now start 

with a full 60 Lemmings. 



on any 



7. CHAMPIONSHIP MANAGER '9 

Reviewed Af48 82% 

Domorke 08 1-780 2222 

Pick a 4-3-3 formation team then change the players' positions until tr 

look like a 1-4-5 formation and by playing the long ball you should find 

lot easier to win the game. 

8. THE CHAOS ENGINE 

Reviewed Af45 FG90% 

Renegode #071481 9214 

Enter these codes on the Password screen for loads of lives and M pt 

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9. SLEEPWALKER - COMIC RELI 

Reviewed AF44FG91°o 

Ocean •061-832 6633 

Type DINGADINGDANGMYDANGALONGUNGLONG on the title screen. Press 

<M> for map, <Retum> to skip levels and <Tab> to top up the sleep bar. 

1 O. FLASHBACK 

Reviewed Af45 FG93% 
US Gold •021-625 3366 



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another super collection of hints, tips, codes and solu- 
tions. Amiga gaming will never be the same again! 



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Reviewed Af52 FG93% 
Millennium • 0223 844894 

Start the game and choose the character you want to be. On the Zone 
Selection screen (the big map) move the pointer over the word "Fujale" 
and press the Red Button once. Then do the same on "Chonskee" and 
"Deena." You should hear the sound of a jewel being found. You can 
now move to any location on the map including the question marks in 
the corner. 



EPIC 

Reviewed AF27 34% 
Ocean •061-832 6633 



WALKER 

Reviewed AF 46 81% 
Psygnos.se 05 1709 5755 




Groat graphics . lousy 
gnmeplay. Thanks guys. 



Press down, 
right and 
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energy, shields 
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Finland 




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the puny fools who try him. 



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the start of 
Level Two. don't 
move at all. but 
type EAT LEAD 
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Liam Ryan, New Zealand 



A/52 Coverdisk demo 

This is it. Every single level code you could ever want for November 
issue's excellent Breakout clone. 



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HISTORY LINE 191 

Reviewed AF43 FG°4% 
Kompart • 0727 868005 



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History Une. one of the best battle tlmt ever. 



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Reviewed AM 5 FG93\. 
US Gold • 021-625 3366 



Short and anything but sweet, 
Flashback's fifth level pits you against 
terminators, forcefields and the deadly 
slime creatures. Faint hearts beware! 
Code: SPIZ 

A Terminator opens the door (1 ), but 
you're unable to kill him since you 
have no gun. Run right and collect the 
gun (2). Nov/ kill the Terminator and 
pick up the key. Save game. 

Go right and open both doors. 
Proceed up, watching out for the 
forcefields all over the place (3), and 
left. Go down to recharge (4). 

Dispose of the lower Terminator 
and pick up both parts of the Teleport 
(5). Kill upper Terminator, run and 
jump to right screen avoiding the force 



fields. Open door and throw teleport 
receiver (6). Teleport here. 

Kill floating ball (7) and pick up 
teleport receiver. Jump down and di 
pose of slime creature. Go right and 
kill second slime creature (8). Proceed 
left. Save game here (9). 

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left and drop down. Enter the teleport 
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Reviewed AF50 79% 

Daze #071-328 2762 

Violent streets, dank dungeons and 

cuddly bears from Star Wars are just 

some of the dangers you face in Part 

Two of Daze's complete solution. 

STAGE TWO: 



Go right through the town and enter 
the library at the extreme north-east. 
Pick up the parchment for a map of 
Akeer's Island. Kill as many 
enemies as you possibly can to gain 
money and experience. Buy arms, 
helmets, food. Recruit more members 
for your team if necessary, eat and 
sleep to recover psychic strength. 
Then return to the harbour and head 
for Akeer's Island. 



STAGE THREE: 
AKEER'S ISLAND 

Follow the wall on your right and try 
to keep moving east. Fight with all 
the skeletons you find. Follow the 
passage to the south. Pick up the 
treasure in the cul-de-sac at the south- 
ern end and the skull in the 
cul-de-sac to the east. 

Leave the passage again, con- 
tinue east, then south until you enter 
a large room. Use >he handle on the 
north wall then go extreme south- 
east, south and east. Go north and 
activate the two handles on the right 
and left walls. 

Continue due north into the pas- 
sage, follow the corridor into the 
large room. Activate the handle on 
the wall to the north. Leave the pas- 



sage again, take the extreme south- 
east, follow the corridor and pick up 
a skull in the cul-de-sac. Re-enter the 
corridor with the handles. Walk 
round to the west wall. On the other 
side, enter the room, pick up the 
treasure, skull and arms. Return to 
the landing stage and set sail for 
Zach's Island. 

STAGE FOURs 
ZACH'S ISLAND 

Buy fighting gear, arrows and as 
much food as possible - you're 
going to need themt Buy five monk's 
habits and five fur coats from the 
clothes shop (near harbour, in a 
road leading to a little square to the 
north). Go to the library and exam- 
ine a parchment on potions. Go to 



the bank (west of the library) and 
enter the street containing the 
guards. Kill all the guards in one go 
by using arrows and spells. Take the 
door opposite and pick up 100,000 
coins. Deposit 10,000 at the bank 
on the other side. 

Now for some shopping. Go to 
the extreme south-east of the town 
and enter the pet shop. Buy a mag- 
pie, a monkey. ar\ eagle and a 
parrot. Then go to the armourer's 
opposite the pet shop and buy the 
best arms, helmet and shields you 
can afford. Go south to the provi- 
sions shop and buy five ropes. 

Now go west into the shop on 
the other side of the road. Buy 
potions for the "Troublesome Priest' 
(Humbolg) and "Ent Reviver' 



B-17 FLYING FORTRESS 



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• ou are auditioning for Thm C*momtf# Lawn 

Put your feet up on those daylight raids 
over Dresden with these gnmeplnylng 
hints from MicroPros, ,. 

• Take some time to observe how the 
gunners aim lor fust -moving fighters. 
Make regular checks on the outside view 
to see if your BflglMI .ire all right. If vour 
co-pilot has been hit. you will not get a 
warning message. 

• Circling Alconbury, use <Shif1> <F8> 
and external views to line up on the field. 

• The (Dcnnrs) Norden bomb sight usu- 
ally gives you the release cue at about 
four notches of deflection, but there I* no 
substitute for practice 

• Try diving between 350-400mph i 
becomes very useful later when one fire 
extinguisher per engine is not enough. 

• Fly over big cities and press <F8> to 
see the sights 

• When navigating manually, use the 
rudder to steer the plane from the pilot's 
Instrumental view. 

• When making navigation chocks, 
use a combinatiun of the navigator > 
Instrument and external views to often 
tate the map. 

• Keep at least one pilot healthy as the 
plane can go in a spin if it's In a turn 
when hit. This gives you time to ball out. 



When you're being attacked use <Z> 
<X> to change to a fighter, then 
<Sh*n> <F1> to see the battle from the 
pilot's point of view. 

• If you prefer to manualy taxi the 
aircraft, avoid steering on to the grass. 
Speeds above 30mph will snap the gear. 
If you make a mess of It. use the keys 
<AJt> <T> to you get Into the air and up 
with the formation. 

• Regularly check that the crew are all 
OK and that the guns aren't jammed. 
It's easy to miss the messages In the 
heat of combat. 

• Using the radio operator to send a 
Mayday message Improves your chances 
of survival when bailing out. 

• Fuel leaks can be critical to the suc- 
cess of a mission. If necessary, turn off 
an engine or two and drop out of the for- 
mation to conserve fuel. 

• If In doubt, bail out. Landing an engine- 
less, bullet-riddled, flame-scorched B-17 
after the completion of a mission Is risky 
and difficult. Bail out over the Channel to 
ensure mission Is a success. 

• Remember an engine left to bum Is 
like a bomb waiting to go off. 

• Flying at a very low attitude helps 
avoid flak, but remember to gain height 
before starting the bombing run. 

• Flying manually to the target on a self 
determined course helps you avoid enemy 
fighters and flak. Get the formation to fol 
low your lead, but don't get lost. 

• Let the computer-controlled gunners 
track tho targets and then take over for 
the kill. 

• Before landing attempt to heal Injured 
crew or they get hospitalised. 

• Having more than one crew member 
available to perform first aid Increases 
the chances of success. 



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(Jablouj. Go west across three cross- 
roads, then head north, west and 
lake the first east turn. Kill the giant 
guard. Recover your strength. 

Enter ihe Blue Velvet night-club. 
You are ihrown in prison. Release 
the magpie through the bars. Pick up 
the key. Open the cell. Put on the 
five monk's habits. In the fortress, 
lake the passage (only open 
between midnight and 4am). Pass 
the monk. Enter the sacrificial hall. 
Now get the prison key from the 
monk's belt and head back up the 
passage. 

Wander around a bit until one 
of yout party notices o drought. Find 
the draught and you will discover an 
invisible wall. Step through it to 
leave the prison. Fight with the 









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guards and return to the harbour. 
You need at least 1 0,000 coins and 
an iron shield to get on the boat. Set 
sail for Irvan's Island. 

STAGE FIVE: 
IRVAN'S ISLAND 

Go extreme east. Follow the east 
coast. Find a magician. Give him 
10,000 coins, and then send out 
the eagle. Pick up the mountain 
parchment. 

Return extreme west along the 
coast. Find the standing stones, and 
continue to the wesl end. Pick up the 
relic at the foot of the standing stone. 
Golem wakes up, kill him - but most 
spells won't work on him. Turn 
around and fight second golem. 
Then return to the harbour. In the 



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direction of the mountains, take the 
landing stage to the south. 

STAGE SIXs 
JON'S ISLAND 

Remove your monk's habits and put 
on the fur coats. Also attach the 
ropes to yourself to stop you from 
falling. Slowly head east following 
the mountain path. Pick up the caul- 
dron in the snow. fJow go back Ihe 
way in which you came, following 
the mountain road along the 
precipice. Go into the mountains and 
find a rhinoceros, now kill it and 
take its horn. 

Return to the landing stage and 
get back on the boat. Moke a return 
trip to the town for "repairs" if neces- 
sary. Now head to the north-west 



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landing stage on the island. 

Leave the harbour and travel 
east. Follow the coast, then take the 
passage to the west. Fight with the 
two giants. Pick up the Living Sword 
in the mountain hollow and then 
leave the passage again. 

Continue northwards. At ihe end, 
find a priest in a cul-de-sac Prepare 
(he Humbolg potion and give it to 
the priest. Pick up the tree island of 
Thorm parchment. 

Return to the harbour and head 
back to Zach's Island for a rest and 
to buy an iron shield if you don't 
already have one. 

Now set sail for Thorm's Island, 
then wait four weeks until you find 
the next part of the solution printed 
in the next issue of Amiga Format, 



137 



SYNDICATE 

Renewed AF49FG91% 
Electronic Am • 0753 549442 

When fighting hordes of enemy agents on later levels. It's possible to start a chain reac- 
tion of death! Simply shoot the first agents who appear, and they drop a time bomb when 
they are killed. Waft until the next batch of agents arrives and shoot the time bomb. This 
kills the agents, also causing them to drop their time bombs. Repeat the process until all 
agents are destroyed. 

To get loads of money, first complete a straightforward mission and then, Instead of 
returning to base, wander around and wipe out all the threats - this includes enemy 
agents, police and guards. Now position your agents In a quiet comer somewhere and 
leave your Amiga switched on overnight. When you return and direct your agents back to 
base they are greeted with a massive stack of money, ideal for those expensive three body 
parts. Using this technique enables you to reduce your tax In unstable territories, ensuring 
they don't rebel. 

Mr Leigh Haynes 
Grimsby, South Humbersicle 



AF Subscribers Disk 3 

Type these cheat codes in on the Title screen, then press <Enter>, 

They affe<t both players. 






TERMINATOR 
LAWNMOWER 



Walls = 30. You get a magic laser (goes 
through walls), speed boots, keep weapons 
when you die. <Help> = funny map. 
Walls =10. ECM for both players. 
Walls = 30. Bouncy bullets, speed boots, 
keep weapons. Help = funny map. 



You can fire all the way along the maze. If you don't fire again 
until you have hit something, you're given magic bullets so you 
can pick off unsuspecting enemies using the radar only. 

'el Thomas, Princes Risboro', Bucks 



FIRE AND ICE 

Rev.ewed AF36 8 

Renegode •071481 02 U 

Mere are some fins and Ice pokes using Action Replay on an 

A500 for getting beyond the Jungle. 

During the title sequence poke 13EF with: 14 lor Fifth 
World. 18 for Sixth World and 1C for the Final Conflict. Pros* 
<Flre> to load game. 

When you're playing the game, try the following: 
Snow Bombs poke 1E0C3 with FF 
Special Weapons poke 1EDC5 with 48 or try 38. 30 or 20. 

There are others, but H you pick up a new weapon, tt 
replaces your existing weapon. Therefore, poke 1EDC7 with FF 
to top It up to maximum shots. 

N Andrews 

Tewkesbury, Gloucs 




LION HEART 

Reviewed AF4S 67% 
Tholion •021-442 2050 

At any point during play, pause the game, 
then press <Crtl> and <Help> at the 
same time. The screen shudders and you 
now have Infinite lives. You can also turn 
Vaidyn Into a mouse pointer by hitting 
<Crtt>. This means you can move him 
around anywhere In a level, just by 
moving the mouse. 

Press both mouse buttons to drop 
Vaidyn where you want him to go. 

Alex Murison, Loughor. 
West Glamorgan 



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AF52 Coverdisk demo 

LEVEL PASSWORD 

MASTERS OF WAR 



DESOLATION ROW 

« IDIOT WIND 

FOREVER YOUNG 
LENNY BRUCE 
HURRICANE 
JOKERMAN 

L SHOOTING STAR 

DARK EYES 
TRUST YOURSELF 
MAN OF PEACE 



LEVEL PASSWORD 
MOONSHINER 
GOLDEN LOOM 

41. UNION SUNDOWN 

42. LAY LADY LAY 
PRECIOUS ANGEL 
SLOW TRAIN 

45. SOUD ROCK 

HEART OF MINE 

FOOT OF PRIDE 

ISIS 

GATES OF EDEN 

ANGELINA 

Ross Coleman, 
Hlgham Ferrers, Northants 



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INDIANA JONES AND THE FATE 
OF ATLANTIS 



Reviewed AF43 FG92% 
USGold«021-o25 3366 




Indy watchos tho final root of 
Ralden to toe If he gets the girl. 



If you're stuck and have a Philips CM83311 moni- 
tor or equivalent, adjust the size of the game screen 
until It's as small as possible, then double right 
click, then left click on the small box in the bottom 
left comer. A message appears: "You're now In 
Atlantis. Click left to go to Atlantis.' Click the left 
mouse button to get 23 Indy points and a warp to 
Atlantis. The command "use whip with Sophia" also 
works. The box Is brown and small, so you need to 
click around the vicinity to find it. 

Ben Brush, Chiselhurst. Kent 



NICK FALDO'S 
CHAMPIONSHIP GOLF 



Reviewed AFA2 FG°0% 
GraneWom • 081-680 7044 



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Select a round of golf as nor- 
mal and highlight the 
Amateur mode. Now play as 
normal and when you even- 
tually put the ball In the 
hole, select the oW position. 
Your stroke counter should 
now go down by one. 

Repeat the process until 
the stroke counter reaches 
two and you can easily beat 
Nick FaWo. 

Chris Lock, 
Hatfield, Herts 

"Swing low, iwhI putting 
Iron... (Crack). Crlpoi. I think 
my back's Just (one." 



AFS 1 Coverdisk demo 

OK, so you've sussed out what the 

books and knives are for, now 

take this Boss-beating rip from 

Ray Supple of St Neots, 

Cambridgeshire. 

When you confront the final 
Boss after the Asteroid Zone, there 
should be a small statue. Pick this 
up by standing over it, then push 
down and take it with you until 
you've killed the Boss. There 
should be an identical golden 
statue on a Imie mount and two 
more just out of reach. Throw your 
stone statue on the mount and col- 
lect the golden statue. The mount 
rises and you can jump up and col- 
lect the other two, 



RISKY WOODS 

Reviewed AF37 65% 
Electronic Arts • 0753 549442 






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You're going to need as much help as we can 
give you beating baddies like these. 

Try pressing Fl to give you 
more life power, F2 to 
increase your cash and F3 to 
skip a stage. 

Craig Beaton, Australia 




Opposing knighft one* more oou th. borden Id 
t»ool your «*oMi. 



The aim of "The Settlers" is to develop a working and successful 
colony, in a world which allows the player to get lost in the 
exhilarating medieval fantasy atmosphere which the game 
creates. The lifeline of any civilization relies upon the creation 
of small settlements, the exchange of goods and services and 
the production of food. Cut trees, work in mines, produce 
weapons and tools, deliver building materials, defend your 
land and castles, attack your enemies, provide work for your 
people and much, much more... It is possible to create up to 
64.000 people in your kingdom. Each one will behave as an 
individual and will perform a different task, that can be watched 
at every time during game-play. "The Settlers" is a proud 
addition to the successful Blue Byte stable of unique strategy 
games. The kind of game, that has never before been 
published, keeps the player fully engrossed with it's deep 
strategic, economic and fun dements.. 



"The Settlers" is a J or 2 player gome - 2 players con com- 
pete simultaneously on screen together or together against the 
computer - depending on your computers' specification up to 
64.000 "tiny people" will be displayed - 20 different jobs and 5 
different knights - 30 missions -10 additional training duties - 
computer-generated sceneries - lots of fun, lasting for months 

"The Settlers is one of the most impressive games ever to have come out of Germany 
or anywhere else" 

The One 90% 

"I think it is excellent. Witty, imaginative and detailed right down to the last leaf 
and fishing rod" 

Amiga Power 90% 

"Strategists will love the challenge. Everyone else will love the game. Very 
challenging, very addictive and great fun just to watch. What a great game" 

CU Amiga 90% 




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© 1993 by Blue Byte Software GmbH 
Aktienitr. 62 ■ 45473 Miilheim 

Germany 



Release: Beginning of December 

Available for Commodore AMIGA , MS-DOS (VGA) 

Kompart UK Ltd. • 20 Guildford Road 
AL1 5JY • St. Albans, Herts. • 0727 868005 



Don't spend Crimble trying to get past that tricky end-of-level guardian. Write into Santa Rob 
Mead and ask him for a cheat instead. 



HELICOPTER 
GUNSHIP BLUES 




Having problems with Gunshlp 20007 Then turn 
to your Amiga Format back luuct for advice. 

I'm having trouble with Gunship 
2000. Is there a cheat or have you 
got a complete solution for this won- 
derful game? 

Christopher Clarke, Hull 
We printed some playing tips from 
Microprose in AF50 and AF5 / . Turn 
to page 224 to order your copies if 
you missed them. 

DEATH AT ONE'S 

ELBOW 

I'm through the caves in Lure of the 
Temptress, but when I'm given an 
axe to fight a guard with I keep get- 
ting killed. How do I get past him? 

G Barton, Sheffield 
Temptress programmer Tony 
Warriner tells us there's no way 
around this section. You \ust have to 
keep practising until you defeat the 
guard. It's a good idea to keep your 
distance, stepping forward only to 
launch blows against your opponent. 

CURSES, CURSES 




When you're stuck In Curse ol Enchantla you 
sometimes Just don't know witch way to turn. 

I've been stuck for over a month on 
Curse of Enchontia. I've entered the 
castle, picked up a gold ring and 
pulled a book in the library which 
operated a secret panel. I walked 
through the panel into a room where 
a witch started casting spells at me. 
I'm stuck in o circle on the floor with 
a flashing ring around it. I ended the 
first spell by sucking the ghost into 
the vacuum cleaner and the second 
with the fire extinguisher, but a third 
spell of fire keeps knocking me down 
and I still can't move from inside the 
circle. Please help. 

D Chamberlain, Shrewsbury 



Try attacking the witch with the fan - 
which you should have picked up 
near the portcullis earlier - when she 
unleashes her next fireball. This 
should be enough to kill her. Now 
stick the ring on her finger to com- 
plete the game. Look out for the 
complete solution coming to a future 
issue of Amiga Format. 

MAD ABOUT 
SENSIBLE 




Is European Champion* In the same league as 
Sensible Soccer? asks a rootle mad reader. 

I read the European Champions 
review in AF52, but the question is, 
is it up to the standards of Sensible 
Soccer 92/93? When will Sensible 
World of Soccer be released? What 
are the game's new qualities? 

Barry Smith, Dunfermline 
European Champions isn't a patch 
on Sensible Soccer. It's nowhere 
near as playable and the graphics 
have a nasty habit of slowing the 
game down. You'd be better off get- 
ting a job as England Manager. If 
you want a footie games that's going 
to really knock your socks off, you'd 
better wait for Sensible World of 
Soccer to be released at Easter. It 
features 1,500 international clubs as 
well as a fully-fledged management 
option. Price to be confirmed, though 
it's likely to be around the £25 mark. 

KNIGHTMARE CITY 

I've been playing Knightmare, which 
I bought os a budget release, but I'm 
stuck on Quest Two - The Cup where 
I'm unable to open the door to the 
Warp Maze. I contacted Mindscape 
for a hints book, but they no longer 
print it. I'd be grateful if you could 
help me out and maybe lodge a 
request for a hint book from any 
reader who's completed the game 

Nigel Richards, Bristol 
Face away from the door you first 
entered and you'll find another door. 
Open this door and kill anything that 
moves, then kill the snake in the 
closed room. Pick up the key he 
drops. Now take this key to the 
place where the hob-goblin was 
jumping on the pad and use it in the 



READERS' WRITES 

FORMULA ONE 
CHALLENGE 

In the September Issue of Amiga 
Format, Chris Morris ol Tadcaster 
asked In the Letters section ft* you 
knew of a game similar to Formula One 
on the Spectrum. 

Alas, you made an error when you 
stated there was no such game on the 
Amiga. I'm glad to be able to tell you 
that there Is! The game Is called 
Formula One Challenge and is avail 
able from: 



A ml vision Software 

1 Cherrington Drive 

Great Wyrtey 

Walsall 

West Midlands WS6 6NE 

Formula One Challenge costs 
£9.95 which Includes postage and 
package. Make your cheques payable 
to S Remocks. 

The game Is almost identical to 
the Spectrum version, but the graphics 
are loads better. The Williams car even 
has Canon and Elf adverts on It if 
Chris gets this game. I'm sure that he 
won't be disappointed. 



keyhole. Now go to the Grate Room 
where you'll find the next Help 
Oracle. You should now be able to 
enter the Warp Maze. 

If anyone's got a hint book they 
no longer want, how about sending 
it into Amiga Format, so we can for- 
ward it on to Nigel? 

FROM MUNSTERS 
TO WOLVES 




If you're finding the Addams Family a bit of 
handful, than follow our useful tips. 

I'd be very grateful if you could tell 
me the cheats for The Addams 
Family and Wolfchild. 

Carrie, Birmingham 
In the Addams Family, enter the 
house and you find yourself in the 
Hall of Stairs. Go to the bottom left 
corner and push your joystick up to 
get into a secret door. You're now 
taken to a new room. Go to the top 
left corner and push the joystick up 
again to enter another secret door. 
This takes you to the big bonus room. 

The important rooms here are 
one, two and three. Go to room one 
and collect the trainers, then go to 
room two to get the fez. Fly back, 
enter room three and quickly go up 
before the fez runs out. Enter the 
door to get to a big room full of 
extra lives. You can collect another 
four lives by going left at the 
Continue/Exit screen at the end of 
your first game. If that's not enough, 
there are another eight lives in the 
chimneys at the top of the Addams 



Mansion which can be reached by 
climbing the rope of the noose and 
stepping on to the fez to fly there. 
You can also try entering the follow- 
ing codes 



First power-up 


&I#)F 


Second power-up 


?1S1M 


Pugsley 


V121B 


Granny 


V&YKW 


Wednesday 


VD2RL 


Fester 


VL8R4 


Third power-up 


BLSRS 



For Morticia, use the third power-up 
code, go to the piano room, wait for 
the Addams Family music to play 
and open the sealedoff door. 

As for Wolfchild try typing: 
SOULPSYCHEDEUCIDE or THE PER- 
FECT KISS on the title screen so that 
you con cheat. 

MISSING MANUAL 

I recently bought a second-hand 
Amiga which had Wing Commander 
boxed with it. It was in fine condition 
except lhat the instruction booklet 
was missing. I cannot, no matter how 
hard I fry, work out how to eject. 
Please help mel 

Graeme Logan, East Kilbride 
Send your Wing Commander disks - 
as proof of purchase - to Electronic 
Arts, Direct Sales Department, 90 
Heron Drive, Langley, Berks SL3 8XP 
and enclose a cheque for £2.50 
made payable to "Electronic Arts. " In 
return, they'll send you a new set of 
Wing Commander instructions. 



SEND US YOUR STUFF 

If you're having trouble with a 
particular game or have a solution to a 
letter printed In the magazine, don't 
keep It to yourself - write It down and 
send It to us. and we'll do our best to 
print It. Send It to: 

HELPING HAND 

Amiga Format, 30 Monmouth 

Street, Bath, Avon BA1 2BW. 




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LOWER FARM HOUSE, STONEYTHORPE,SOUTHAM, WARWICKSHIRE, G/33 ODL UK 







Cenesia - a 
of creation 
and power for 
1 to 3 players. 

The owner of a small land, you 
must expand and develop 
your population to become the 
most significant in the world 
of Genesia. In 5 worlds, each 
requiring unique strategies, you 
must manage everything, from 
food and water to employment 
and taxes. 

Will you conquer the lands of 
your 2 opponents, or form an 
alliance with them in an 
attempt to recover the seven 
missing jewels? 

Only with a strong economy, 
powerful army and new 
technology will you fulfil 
your ambitions. 




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These pages you're looking at now, 
funnily enough. They act as a sort of 
'menu' for the feast of Amiga games treats 
awaiting you in the following pages. 



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When it comes to the naked truth, 
there's no-one nakeder or truer than AP's 
resident newshounds. Each month they 
sniff out the hottest Amiga stories around 
and bring them back, tails a-waggmg, in 
their mouths. 



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Registered fortune-tellers constantly 
scan the stars (and release schedules) so 
that we can bring you the most exclusive 
and most up-to-date Game Previews in the 
whole history of computer magazines. This 
issue: Cool Spot and Battle Isle 2. 

8 REVIEWS 
Of course, these are the bread-and- 
butter, the be-all and end-all, the whizzer- 
and-chips of AMIGA POWER. And we talk 
plenty about them elsewhere on this 
spread, so let's move straight on to... 



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That's what we like to call our tips section, 
and, boy, is it appropriate. Every month 
you (or your younger brother or sister) can 
enjoy four full pages of hints, tips, cheats 
and the like - PLUS detailed play-throughs 
of the games you want to play. 



1 M DO THE 
1 *t THING 

The AP letters page - always a forum for 
the free and uninhibited exchange of facts, 
views, opinions and just plain old verbal 
abuse. This issue we've reprinted some of 
the best letters we've received over the 
past 12 months, just to give you a flavour 
of what you can expect in the future. 



BUT THAT'S NOT 

This is just a taste of what AP has to offer. 
A 'proper* issue would also contain: 

• THE BOTTOM LINE - every game 

of the past year reviewed and rated. The 
essential Amiga games-buyer's guide. 

• FEATURES - on every fascinating 
games-related topic under the sun. 

And much, much, more - you'll have to go 
and buy a copy to find outi 




Hi. 

I know what you're 
thinking. You're thinking 
What's this? What's 
gone wrong with my 
issue of Amiga Format?" 
But nothing's wrong. In 
fact, we, AMIGA POWER, 
have hijacked it for 16 
pages, to show you just 
what you're missing if 
you only buy one Amiga 
magazine. You're 
missing the world's most 
dedicated Amiga games 




AMIGA POWER is all about games - we really couldn't care less 
about anything else. If we're not reviewing them, we're tipping 
them, looking forward to them or collecting them together into 
some sort of round-up feature. Every month our experienced 
team round up the latest releases and give them a jolly good 
going over - whether they're good or bad we think you should 
know. ANYWAY, that's why we've chosen these two particular 
examples for this special supplement edition - turn to the reviews 
section right now and find out which one is which! 



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We won't review unfinished games Just to claim an 
exclusive. 

We don't pander to games publishers - we say what we 
really think. 

We only use experienced, professional reviewers. 

We won't bore you with mountains of technical-jargon- 
hardware tedium. 

We take games seriously, because you do too. 






THE BIT AT THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE SAYS: 'Normally this is the place where all the AMIGA POWER team would think ol something witty, intriguing or |ust plam obscure to say What were the skies kke when you were young?" 





magazine, the one with 
the first and most 
definitive reviews of all 
the games that matter 
for your machine. The 
one with the best and 
most game-packed 
coverdisks experienced 
by humanity today. The 
one that combines 
unrivalled knowledge of 
its subject with top-of- 
the-world writing that'll 
make you laugh, cry and 
fume by turns. The one 
that's the best. Get it. 

- Stuart Campbell, Acting Editor 




fun.' Or has it? 






racer. Hmmm. 



EDITION 



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Cannon Fodder — — — - 
Prime Mover -——--— 10 

Seeing as this is only 
supposed to be a 
sample issue of what 
AMIGA POWER'S like, 
sadly we've only got 
room for two game 
reviews - Cannon 
Fodder and Prime 
Mover. It goes pretty 
much without saying, 
though, that every 
'normal' issue is so 
packed with 
entertaining and 
informative game 
reviews that we 
sometimes have trouble 
fitting all the other stuff 
in. And it's not just full 
pricers either - when it 
comes to coverage of 
budget and public 
domain titles, AMIGA 
POWER prides itself on 
being second-to-none. 



AMIGA POWER'S competitioi 

are something pretty special t< 

Why, in the last few mont 

we've given away a CD32, a pen 

table, three Karaoke machini 

an all-expenses paid trip to Alt. 

Towers, and a human skeleton. 

So, who knows what sort of 

zany prizes you'll be able 

to win in the future... 



They may just be 3.5-inch squares 
of plastic, but to us at AMIGA 
POWER, every single coverdisk 
we produce is a lovingly hand- 
crafted little bundle of fun. Here's 
just a selection of some of the high- 
powered game-and-demo treats that 
we've brought our readers this year. 





YO! JOE! 

Quite possibly the lushest Amiga 

platformer we've seen this year - 
and we gave away a full spooky 
haunted-house level (complete 
with two-player option) on the 
front of AMIGA POWER 27. 
Running, jumping and crawling 
will never be quite the same again. 




This is actually a super-charged 
'90s version of Asteroids - all the 
way from Hungary - but when we 
saw the amazing 3D tunnel effect 
on the bonus levels, we knew we 
just had to get a coverdisk demo. 
And we did. These graphics really 
put the consoles to shame. 



This 3D puzzler from Core caught 
a lot of people (including us) by 
surprise when the finished ^^ 
product arrived unannounced on 
our desks. We moved heaven and 
earth to get you loads of levels 
and give you a taste of what its 
innovative gameplay is all about. 





CANNON 



The game that everyone's talking 
about - but only AMIGA POWER 
brought you four Interactive- 
Diary-Of-A-Game levels showing 
the development of the game 
AND a special big-prize Sensible 
Software quiz. Incredible. 



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demos round here - oh no. 
AMIGA POWER always keeps an 
eye out for the most playable of 
public domain games - classics 
like Blitz Basic's Defender 
(shown here) and, the mother of 
all arcade games, Pong. 




NEWS 



LEVEL ONE 



Wake up and smell the news! This is where we 
track down the hottest leads and vaguest rumours, 
and then turn them all into - TRUE STORIES! 



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Our daguerreotype-loving hero clearly 
has a waterproof camera case. 



ut soon from Alternative, Snapperazzi is a 
new platform-style title that, as far as we 
_ know, is the first Amiga game to feature 
three different instances of product placement. As 
you travel around seven worlds of page-three-girl 
photo opportunities, you'll also be enjoying ads for 
Fizzy Chewits. Domino's Pizza and, of course, The 
Sun newspaper, whose idea this whole thing was in 
the first place. The last we heard, the coders were 
pulling out all the f-stops to get it ready for 
Christmas, so you should be able to snap it up 
around then. AMIGA POWER says: Will it have an 

end-of-level Guardian? 
U.punonSp.c. (Ho ho. -Ed) 

Invaders', sec? V 
Clever wordi 
we know. 



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Dateline: London. HMV Oxford 
already the world s largest record store, has 
st opened the world's largest computer and 
•deo games department. Boasting over 6.000 
square feet of floor space, they reckon 
they'll be able to stock over 10,000 different 
titles, all in shiny high-tech futuristic 

■undings with big TVs and stuff. In fact. 
i the AP team were there recently, we 
i quite shocked to find our game- 
ng exploits being broadcast on screens 
over the shop, so don't say we didn't warn 
, alright? Anyway, if you're tempted to pop 
, it's on Oxford St (in London, obviously), just 
ig from Oxford Circus and up a bit from 
fit St There's even a picture (oh. and a 
fantastic £1 ,000 compo) in the December issue of 
AMIGA POWER if you need any more help finding 
it I mean, what do we look like, your mother? 






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ook up the phrase ex-demo 
coder' in the AMIGA POWER 
Dictionary Of Received Journo 
Cliches, and you'll find it defined as a 
"broadly meaningless term used to 
describe the author of any game that 



scrolls at an acceptable speed". Still, 
cynicism aside, you cant deny that 
those wacky foreign assembler junkies 
have come up with some pretty 
impressive treats in the past, and it 
looks like we're headed for more! 



Black Legend Software is a new 
> label devoted to bringing you top 
games from all around the world. 
Already on their books is last 
month's lumpy coverdisk star. 
Fatman, (full game out soon) rapidly 
pursued by another cutesy platformer, 
Fantabulous. and some sort of Wild 
West game that we don't yet fully 
understand the idea of. It's called 
Gunslingers, anyway. Then, in 
December, we can all look forward to a 
very high-speed 3D adventure - 
provisionally entitled Outsiders - and 
a fully-animated F/asftbacfc-style 
arcade adventure. Out Of Time. 

And this sounds like it's just the 
tip of the iceberg - the company claim 
that they've currently got over 500 
programmers working for them, on 
over 100 different projects. Looks like 
1994s going to be a good year all 
round then, eh? 



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around. Absolutely Fantabulous, in fact. 



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Outsiders. It all seems to take place outdoors. 



Banna 
Biaons 




AMIGA POWER RECOMMENDS 



COMING NEXT MONTH 





Not sure what you'd like for Christmas? Hey, no problem - AMIGA POWER is 
here with our personal pick off the hottest releases from the last six months. 




JULY 
Nippon 

Inc (Kompart) 

In an odd move for polnt- 
and-click adventure games 
of that classic Monkey 
Island vanety, in Nippon 
Safes you've got to 
manoeuvre not one. or 
two, but THREE 
characters through the 
bewildering and sprawling 
(but always spotlessly 
clean) streets of a modern 
Japanese city None of 
these hapless adventurers 
are actually Japanese 
however, and neither are 

programmers (who are 
all Italian, apparently) so it 
all ends up as a bit of a 
cross-cultural mish-mash. 
Fortunately, as cross- 
cultural mish-mashes go. 
this happens to be one of 
the Amiga's finest. 



AUGUST 
Battle Isle 
{Blue Byte) 

While there are plenty of 
wargames knocking 
around, the list ol user- 
friendly, playable, fast, 
two-player wargames 
could be very easily written 
on the back of a postage 
stamp, m crayon. And yes. 
the name of Battle Isle '93 
is crudely drawn in red 
wax, simply because it's 
the best, most user-fnendly 
and all-round fabbest 
wargame on the market. 
It's more of an update 
rather than a sequel to 
Battle Isle, and the pace is 
a tad pedestrian, but the 
new setting, playing areas. 
units and weapons will 
keep all you wargamers 
glued to your trusty 
Amigas through the winter. 




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SEPTEMBER 
Syndicate (EA) 

Yikes! Like a bunch of 
small children in a sweet 
shop we just didn't know 
which one fo choose from 
this month's batch. Would 
it be MicroProses 
obscenely playable 
helicopter sim Gunship 
2000, or would that 
fantastic platformer-with- 
attttude Yof Joe! make the 
grade? Or perhaps the 
real-time wargame 
brilliance of Virgin's Dune 
2 would prove to be the 
deciding factor. But the 
pick of the bunch is 
Bullfrog's hideously amoral 
god game Syndicate. With 
strategy, taxes, research 
AND armoured cyborgs. 
there truly is something for 
everyone here. Buy the lot 
of 'em, that's our advice. 



Soccer Kid 

(Krisalis) 

Just to prove to you that 
we only spend vast 
amounts of time slagging 
off platform games simply 
because there's a 
seemingly endless stnng of 
crap ones, here we are 
devoting page space to a 
great one. He's a funny kid 
romping his way through 
levels set all around the 
world, but the twist here is 
that he's got a football. 
Soccer Kid can do a 
plethora of bnlliant moves, 
and can use them against 
baddies to kill them in an 
extra special way. It just 
goes to show that you can 
do something different with 
platform games if you put a 
bit of thought and 
imagination into them. 



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NOVEMBER 

Micro 

Machines 

(Codemasters) 

No. not those little toys that 
you can buy in the morning 
and then lose in the 
afternoon, but an excellent 
console conversion 
featuring the same easy- 
to-misplace model 
vehicles. It's an overhead 
racing game where the 
racers are less than an 
inch long. Thrill as you 
swerve around baked 
beans on the breakfast 
table, spill as you fail to 
make it across the ruler 
bndge and fall to your 
doom between school 
desks, and gasp in sheer 
amazement as you break 
free of the plughole 
whirlpool For once, size 
really doesn't matter. 




DECEMBER 
Cannon 
Fodder 
{Virgin} 

It's got to be admitted that 
those Sensible boys are 
masters of the intuitive 
control system. I mean, all 
you have to do is pick up a 
joystick, and within two 
minutes, you've got to 
grips with the controls of 
Sensi Soccer. Now they've 
gone and done it again, 
with a tongue-in-cheek 
mouse-controlled wargame 
that puts the 'gnn back 
into 'grenade' Bowl bad 
guys over with small-arms 
fire and gasp in despair as 
you accidentally blow up 
half your platoon for the 
twentieth time. When it 
comes to games, it seems 
Sensi can do no wrong. 



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The up-and-coming issue of AMIGA POWER will 
have full reviews of all the big games competing 
for that vital Christmas Number One position: 
Mortal Kombat, Jurassic Park, Skidmarks, \ 

Stardust, Globdule, Terminator 2: The Arcade 

Game - and more! As if that wasn't enough, 

it'll also have three (count 'em!) disks 
1 packed so full of 

demos and top- 
class complete PD 
games that they'll 
probably explode 
or something. 
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shops on 9th 
December - miss 

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Game: Battle Isle 2 
Publisher: Kompart 
Authors: Blue Byte 
Mid 1994 



Briefly: Lite can sometimes be cruel to 
wargamers It's a savage world out there, 
with cute platformers and fast action 
shoot-'em-ups leaping out from every 
corner, so to anyone interested in large- 
scale tank warfare, the boys from Blue 
Byte are heaven sent Time after time, this 
team have sat in their Mutheim offices and 
produced battle sims that play 
extremely well in one- 
and two-player 
mode without 
making you 
plough 
through a 
twelve- 
biHion-page 
manual. 
The 

creators 
speak: After the 
successes of Battle isi ai 
the mission disks, Battle Isle '93 and 
the extremely popular History Line 1914- 
1918, it comes as no great surprise to find 
that there aren't any major changes to the 
baste game engine lor Battle Isle 2. The 
map is made up ot hexagonal units, and 
the action's still broken up into 




move and attack phases, but pretty much 
everything else is bigger, better and 
generally flashier than before. One ot the 
authors took me on a whirlwind tour. 

There are far more different units 
than before, each with their own 
strengths and weaknesses, but this 
time there's the additional problem 
of logistics to deal with. In war. the 
recurrent problem is that of getting 
enough supplies up to the front 
line, and by adding this element, 
you have to concentrate on 
planning your attack." 

A problem of the Battle Isle 
games is thai every time 
a unit goes into battle, 
they become more 
expenenced and 
harder to defeat, 
until they're virtually 
guaranteed victory. 
Although we felt this 
was a good idea, the 
experienced units were 
^^ far too tough, so we've now 

t ^ mr evened this out. 

"One of the mam changes of the 
game is the terrain, and how it affects the 



game. We now have four height levels in 
the game, which makes the use of planes 
much more realistic At the lowest flying 
level, planes can't fly over mountains and 
can come under light ground fire, but are 
at a prime height for ground attack It they 
fly higher, then they can safely over fly 
most enemy units, but are susceptible to 
anti-aircraft missiles. 

Throughout the game, the seasons 
change from wet springs and autumns to 
dry summers and frozen winters. This 
means that lowlands are often too boggy 
for tracked units, but also that rivers and 
lakes are passable in winter when they're 
iced up." 

The other main change is that the 
two-player mode is no longer on a split 
screen. By including radar and AW ACS 
early warning planes, this means that you 
have to find your enemy before 
you can engage them, 
which sounds 
brilliant, adding 
another layer of 
realism to what 
is already an 
exceptionally 
detailed game. 
Verdict so 
far: The lack of a 
split screen means 
that you're going to 
have to play the game either 
on two computers linked together, or 
alternately on the same one. hiding your 
movements from your opponent, which is 
both time-consuming and a nuisance as it 
interrupts your thoughts. Hmm. 

It's such a big game that it's probably 
going to be A1200 only, and even then will 
probably need be hard drive installable. 
It's a small price (Er, relatively. - Ed) to 
pay for what's set to be one of the best 
wargames ever. 
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Game: 
Cool Spot 
Publisher: 
Virgin 
Author: 
John Twiddy 



Dec '93 

Briefly: Never before 
has a small red dot 
gained so much press 
attention as Ihis little guy. He 
started out life as the red blob on 
the side of a can of 7-Up. and was 
released on the Mega Drive in America as 
a tie-in character, but when it came to his 
UK debut there was some kind of horrid 
mix-up. Out went the fizzy dnnk tie-in, 
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the green bottles in 
the game with little 
or no reason to 
be there. 
Thankfully, no- 
one really 
noticed or 
cared, because 
everyone 
thought the UK 
Mega Drive game 
was quite splendid, 
super and lovely, and 
went out to buy it in droves. 
Since Virgin aren't silly, they've decided to 
release an Amiga version of this console 
smash hit in time for Christmas. Who says 
capitalism is a bad thing, huh? 
The creators speak: John Twiddy 
of Jaguar Software Consultants is working 
night and day on the Amiga conversion 
and totd me that the Amiga Coot Soot is 
going to be virtually identical to the Mega 
Drive original, so I suppose I'd better 
explain what that one's like. 

In one of those illogical chains of 
events that frequently happens in 
platform games, all of Cool Soot's 
friends have been kidnapped and 



incarcerated in 

floating metal cages. The 

way to bust them out is to dash around 

coHecting small. not-at-aH-cool spots. 

which somehow allow him to open the 

cages. The problem is that Spots only 

about an inch and a half tall, so it's a bad 

and quite literally big world out there 

As he battles his way across 
beaches and bathrooms, behind skirting 
boards and through people's 
bedrooms, he comes into 
conflict with untold masses 
of cute and lovable bad 
guys. Being a cast-off ol a 
soft dnnk, he's got 
astonishing carbonated 
powers, which enable him 
to fire of bolts of. err. fizz 
These fearsome CO.- blasts 
allow him to blast his way to 
freedom for himself and his 
buddies. Yeah! ^^^^^^^^ 

The most impressive thing about the 
onginal is the number of animation frame* 
for the central character, who leaps, struts, 
swings, yawns and yo-yos his way through 
the game in a non-stop blur of amusing 
ways. "All the animations thai were in the 



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many talents. " 

original are 
gang to be in this 
version," said John 

"Although the game's going to look 
the same. I hope that I've improved it on 
all payability aspects. The sound's going 
to be the same as well." 
Verdict so far: I've played a couple 
of levels of the Amiga version, which seem 
to back up what John told me. As 
you can see from the 
screenshots there's still 
quite a bit of work to be 
done on the 
backgrounds, but even 
now it's a very visually 
impressive game to piay. 
The thing is. does the 
Amiga-owning public want 
another platformer 9 It seems 
to me that although they're the 
core of the console market, 
computer owners are more discerning and 
favour more m-deptn games. I've no doubt 
that Cool Spot will be a hit. but I'm not 
convinced that it'll be the smash that it 
was on the console market. 
• CAM WINSTANLEY 



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doesn't matter that you haven't 

any eyes when you remove 

your sunglasses, 



Another of those mysterious bottles that 
Utter the beach Have the time designers 
never seen those 'seaside safety* films? 



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shade underneath this 
deckchair - if it wasn't 
for all the hermit crabs. 



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CANNON FODDER 





The game of the year? War, it seems, has never been so much fun. 






Publisher: Virgin 
Authors: Sensible 
Price: £29.99 

November 



Having to write pages of reviews 
every month, I'm always on the 
look out for some concise and 
snappy quotes to put around 
the page (Known as 'Call Outs', technical 
term fans. - Ed) but this time those 
Sensible boys have done my job for/ne. 
"War has never been so much fun," 
they tell me. in a groovetastic song 
that starts off the game, drums the 
message home and sets the 
tongue-in-cheek, boot-in-mouth 
tone of the game brilliantly. 



So, boring game details next. The 
game is made up of 23 missions which are 
spread over 72 different maps. There are 
five different terrains - Jungle, Desert, 
Arctic. Heathland and Underground Base, 
and although they're fairly well mixed up, 
there's a definite weighting towards jungle 
levels at the beginning and underground 
levels at the end 

So why buy It? Well, for a start it's 
massively simple to get into You start off 
the game with a squad of men, and at the 
end of every mission, you get a further 15 
recruits, which initially seems a tad 
excessive. However, by the time you get to 
Mission Six and your boys are being 
slaughtered like cattle, you start to realise 
why you get so many troops. Every time a 




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soldier survives a mission, he's promoted, 
and his accuracy, range and rate of (ire is 
increased. You get quite attached to 
anyone who survives more than a couple 
of levels, but since everyone in the game 
has an equally tenuous grip on life, there's 
Inevitably a horrible moment when a 
rocket with his name on it comes 
whooshing in and he gets his. 

You control your boys with the mouse, 
and click on the left button to move, the 
nght to fire and both to throw a grenade or 
fire a rocket, depending on what you've 
selected The scrolling system works so 
intuitively that most of the time you're not 
even aware of it. 

Still not convinced yet? Well, the 
missions involve lots and lots of killing, 
with the occasional spot of hostage rescue 
thrown in before masses more killing. 
Complete carnage doesn't impress you? 
How about four channels of sound that 
completely immerse you in each world? 
What do I mean? Well, if you come out of 
the jungle (squawks, rustling, etc) and get 
to a river (running water) but hear distant 
rotors (whump. whump. whump). then you 
know there's a helicopter near, and that 
it's time to hide. Muted gunfire tells you 
that enemy soldiers can see you and are 
heading your way, and the flop-sweat fear 
of hearing a rumbling tank engine has to 






be experienced to be 
fully understood. 

Thinking that it 
sounds like 72 maps of 
pretty much the same 
thing? Wrong! Although 
you start oft the game with 
a fairly simple run-around- 
and-shoot-everythmg 
approach, you quickly cotton 
onto the fact that this tactic 
only works for the first 
few levels, and that a 
bit more finesse is 



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required for later 
levels. By the time 
you get to Mission 
Seven, many of the 
levels are puzzles in 
the Lemmings mould, 
and successfully 
completing the level 
depends as much on you 
planning ahead as it does on your 
reactions. How exactly do you get past the 
helicopter, evade the gun turrets, blow up 
the bunkers and then blast down the 
stockade wall so that a civilian can escape 
to his house 7 Well, take it from me. it's 
hugely difficult and involves a tank. 

Yes. tanks' And skidoos and jeeps 
and helicopters firing heat-seeking 
missiles Whatever fearsome vehicles the 
bad guys have got. then at some point in 
the game you get to drive them as well 
and whenever you find a ramp, then rest 
assured there's lots of Dukes Of 
Hazzard' tomfoolery to be had. 
^ To cap it all Ihere are civilians 

too. There are cute little eskimos 
in the arctic, natives in the jungle 
and even moseying gunslingers 



Alone in the arctic, our 

heroes suddenly started 

feeling nervous. 



in the desert. 
- but you never know 
how they're going to 
react to you. 
You want to know more 
* before you buy this game? 

Blimey, how much? Okay, how 
about hyper-intelligent baddies in 
helicopters who'll trash you in the open. 
but can be evaded by hiding in the treeline 
or holes? How about a completely 
interactive terrain, so your troops bounce 
over every bump, slide across every ice 
floe, fall down every cliff and even sink in 
the swamps? It's another incredible game 
feature, since you can blow down fences 
with grenades and destroy huts with 
explosives, but you've got to look out for 
bits of debris as they fly off in all 
directions. You've also got to keep a look 
out for suspicious lumps in the ground as 
many of the levels are littered with lethal 
booby traps of all descriptions. 

And you want blood? Good, 'cos 
Cannon Fodder's got masses of it, with 



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each little guy blowing apart in a hail 
of gunfire, or lying around moaning and 
squirting after a spring-loaded spear has 
shot out of the ground and impaled him 
And then there's the... Oh. just go and buy 
the flipping Ihing. 
• CAM WINSTANLEY 



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Publisher: Psygnosis 
Authors: In house 
Price: E25.99 
Release: Out now. 
No, really. 

What is it about racing 
games? After issue 30s 
fantastic violation of the 
laws of time in F17 
Challenge, Psygnosis have picked up the 
gauntlet of ridiculousness and come up 
with something even more astounding - 
the amazing moving mountain. In Prime 
Mover's Japanese racetrack, the 
hilariously-named Nontendo' course, most 
of the scenery is dominated by a huge 
snow-capped mountain, looking not at all 
unlike the legendary Mount Fuji which 
appears in most Japanese 
racing-track games. As 
you crest the long hill 
coming up to the 
start/finish line, this 
imposing peak lies dead 
in your centre of vision, 
providing a strangely 
stirring backdrop to the ' 
action. Until your second lap, 
that is, when you notice with 
puzzlement that, as you climb towards the 
line. Mount Fuji (or. as it's probably 
actually called in the game, 'Mount Fudgy 
or something equally side-splittmg) has 
curiously and almost imperceptibly shifted 
a couple of screen inches to the right. 
leaving it halfway to the edge of the 
screen. Do another lap, and you'll 
probably be only partly surprised to 
discover that several million tons of earth 
and rock has somehow disappeared from 
view altogether. Oh dear. 

Sadly, that's not the worst flaw in 
Prime Mover, only the funniest one. For a 
game that's been about two years in 
development, there's a stunning lack of 
almost anything at all in it. It looks like 
something from 1988 (Super Hang-On. 
which was more or less the Amiga's first 
motorbike racer, leaves this a mile behind 
graphically), there aren't any new or 
exciting features of any kind, the control is 
rudimentary skidding around, the sound is 
the usual drone combined with 
tuneless music, and the 
now-ubiquitous weather 
effects are simply a 
poor imitation of the 
ones everybody and 
their dog's already , 
done. You rarely see 
any opponents after 
the start, there isn't any 
indication of where they 
actually are on the track 
map. when you smash into a 
roadside barrier at 140mph and suddenly 
drop to 50. you don't actually, visually, 
appear to be going any slower at all. the 
roadside scenery is the same all the way 
round most of the courses so there's no 
way of really learning the track layouts, 
which is the only way of getting round 
without hitting things (the incredible 
shifting scenery hardly helps), and... I 
could go on, but you'd only get depressed. 

The Amiga motorbike-racing game 
market has long been dominated by two 




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truly excellent titles. 
Super Hang-On is lovely- 
looking, arcade-fast and 
intensely exciting (and eight 
quid), while No Second Pnze is 
beautiful in a different kind of way. 
equally speedy and thrillingly 
realistic. Prime Mover 
isn't fit to wax either of , 

their leathers. "\» i 

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I could go 
on, but you'd 
only get 
depressed" 



Ah, Mon D«u! C'cst U tour d'Eiffcl. 
C'est trcs $r*n4, n'cst-cc-pas? 




UPPERS Its another 
motorbike game. And at 
least you can buy it now and 
see how rubbish it is. Oh, I give up, 
that's all the good points there are. 

DOWNERS Where are 
the opponents? Where's 
Mount Fuji gone? Why did it 
take so long? Oh, what's the point? 

THE BOTTOM LINE 

A dismal effort, which doesn't seem 
to have advanced in any meaningful 
way on what it was like two years 
ago. So far behind the current state- 
of-the-art in the genre that it's just 
plain embarrassing, 
and a complete waste | * 

of time and money for 
all concerned. 



THE BOTTOM LINE 

Get the picture? I said 
"a complete waste of 
time and money for all 
concerned". Like running it on the 
A1200's going to make it any better... 





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COMPLETE CONTROL 



THE LAST 





In which AP's all-knowing, all-seeing, all-singing (all-dancing!) Richard Pelley 
shares his massive wisdom and helps you out with your game-related problems. 



Hi chums! Rich here, with the answers to 
all the questions you've been sending in - 
apart from a few of the more personal 
ones, obviously. And if you have a query 
about an Amiga game then please send a 
covering note to: The Last Resort. AMIGA 
POWER. 30 Monmouth Street. Bath BA1 
2BW. Your statutory nghts are not 
aflected. And now - ON WITH THE TIPS' 



ANOTHER WORLD 

Q"My request is a simple and banal 
one. Please could you give me all 
the level codes. I'd be very grateful." 
Simon McCarthy, Suffolk 

A From the stream of Last Resort 
questions received each month that 
could have been avoided by a glance 



through a back issue. I am led to assume 
that once read, people either lock their 
issues of AMIGA POWER in a vacuum to 
preserve their beauty for ever more, or 
they are plain too lazy to look through their 
collection. Either way. it's time for those 
Another World codes. Try EDJI, HICI. 
FLLD. LIBC, CCAL. EDIL. FADK. KCIJ. 
ICAH, FIEI, LALD and LFEK for size. 



CURSE OF ENCHANTIA 

Q"What must I do after I have got out 
of the well?" 
Allan Andu, Holland 

A By wearing the mask when you 
climb into the bucket (created by 
attaching the mud to the seaweed and the 
mud and seaweed to the twigs), the 



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Rich Pelley cannot solve. In which case he asks you, the readers - and this is how you reply... 



F/A INTERCEPTOR 

QBen Cassie of Cornwall was having 
more than his fair share of problems 
rescuing the pilot and launching the pod. 

A "Fly as low and slow as possible 
towards the drowning pilot. You 
should be aim to drop the pod (Shift and 
F) just before passing over the pilot by 
paying close attention to your rudder and 
external camera views (especially the 
satellite). By the way, does anybody know 
how to destroy the carrier sub? I've been 
trying for five years, having even landed 
on it before trying to blast it to 
smithereens. Any suggestions'?" 
Matt Bainton, Bristol 

BLACK CRYPT 

QYou probably didn't think that it was 
possible to hog The Last Resort m 
any way, but fans may remember that 
13.741598 percent of issue 30's juicy 
pages concerned a rather hefty chunk of 



questions from Jonas Lindolmer of 
Sweden. And, unbelievably, someone 
was actually daft enough to reply. (I seem 
to remember some talk of prizes, so I'll 
what we can do | 



A "(a) The Soultaker To destroy the 
Soultaker you must have located all 
three crowns. (Cue sound of Jonas' jaw 
hitting the floor.) Don't worry - it's far 
more a matter of time than anything else. 
Put them on the skulls and the blocked 
passage will open. Go in and explore the 
area with haste where you will be 
confronted by the Soultaker. 

(b) Medusa: She can only be killed 
with the mirror shield. Three mirror keys 
must be located in total. To her southeast 
is a door; go into the passageway as fast 
as you can and a wall will vanish. (Repeal 
if this doesn't work first time.) This leads 
to a new area which in turn leads to a key. 
You'll have to scan the walls for the 
switch to disable the teleporter to reach it. 



(c) Ramdemons: Go down the hole. 
Run your eyes over the walls for a switch. 
One of the pillars will move, and you will 
get to use your '0' key. Always use the 
Wizard Sight spell for auto-mappmg and 
to reveal secret doors on the map. 

The Blackjack armour*? That, as you 
probably expected, is just armour " 
Angus Brown. Aberdeen 

CADAVER 

Q (a) How do you.. 7 (b) What 
does.. 9 and (ci Where do you...? 
enquired Michael Hall of Clywd. 

A "(a)... pass the two flares? Drop two 
sacks in front of the flares, then 
jump on the sacks. Place dipsticks in front 
of the sack to stop the flares and use the 
potion to get down and up again. 

(b)...the lever in the room where you 
blow up the barrel do? Pull the lever for 
the blue casket (you should now have 
three). Insert a holy symbol m each 



casket, put the caskets into a strong box, 
pull the lever and collect the spell. 
(c) .use the friendly slime? It 
collects otherwise unreachable coins and 
pushes objects out from under ledges* 
David Evans, Brldgewater 

CHUCK ROCK 2 

QAlex Collier of Maidstone had 
ground to a rocky halt trying to 
overcome Brick Jagger. 

A*When Bnck appears, run to the left. 
He will stop above you, then run 
nght and he will come down. Hit him and 
repeat the process until he dies." 
Daniel Jones. Banbury 

THUNDERHAWK 

QThe first mission of the Alaska 
campaign of Thunderhawk was 
getting on Ben Vowtes of Bristol's goat. 

A "Destroy the forces attacking Ice 
Station Omega (there's no need to 
destroy the buildings), then go northeast 
to catch a convoy of trucks making off 
with the biologicals. Destroy these and 
return to HO. It's best to take a radar 
jamming pod for this mission as attacking 
aircraft can really shorten your day- 
Michael S Hofts, Glasgow 



THE LAST 




monster at the top of the well will try to 
kiss you. but jump down in disgust when 
the mask falls Don't forget the gem 
behind the rock before heading off. 

Q"But having talked to Ultar to gam 
entry through Weregate. how do you 
pass the cave section? I have entered the 
second cavern, but what are the skull 
combinations'^" 
Stuart Freeston. Bilston 



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Look at them both, then pull the right 
one. Simple. 



HUNTER 

Q"On the Mission I can find the first 
man. and then get to the old man 
but he does not elicit any information. Can 
you help 9 I have also found every vehicle. 
with the exception of the hovercraft. Do 
you have any coordinates?'' 
Si Quinn, Bolton 

A Bribery is the answer to your first 
query Hand over money to the old 
man and continue doing so until he 
refuses more TALK to him and he will 
reveal the whereabouts of the second 
man. And the hovercraft? A rough map 
that I once scrawled down reminds me 
that it's on the main island, sort of in the 
centre but over to the left a bit. There 
appear to be plenty of cars, vans and even 



the odd bike or two on the island, so go 
get one of those and scout around. 

FIRST SAMURAI 

Q"How do you kill the big baddy on 
Level Four 9 I have played through 
the level so many times I could do it with 
my eyes closed, but every time I reach the 
end I die.' 
Gareth Bright. Oldham 

A I can sympathise with you here 
because once upon a time. I found 
myself in a similarly sticky situation. As 
with end-of-ievel-bosses throughout the 
globe it is a question of formulating then 
perfecting a certain strategy of attack 
Mine was to stand towards the left of the 
screen, face left and let loose with a 
continuous stream of flying slashes when 
the robot should periodically walk into, tt 
should be clear if he is going to hit you - in 
which case you can edge back; if you 
reach the edge of the screen then you can 
fire a dagger, leap over him as he blocks it 
and continue from the other side. 

OOBLIINS 2 

Q "Frustration has reached mouth- 
foaming proportions and sanity is at 
risk! (Wahey. These Gobliins players are 
an excitable bunch. - Ed) How the blazes 
do you get the egg from the chicken on the 
Giant screen? 



I have tried strangling it. stoning it to 
death, even setting it alight. I did actually 
get the egg once before, but I haven't the 
faintest idea how." 
Peter Marsh. Nottingham 

A So let's just re-cap - to make sure 
you haven't missed anything. You've 
tried strangling it, stoning it and setting it 
on fire. But have you tned hitting it with a 
sausage? It's worth a thought. 

INDIANA JONES AND 
THE FATE OF ATLANTIS 

Q"l have followed your solution to the 
graphic adventure but have ground 
to something of a halt. Near the end we 
are instructed to find a crescent-shaped 
gear, the bronze-spoked wheel, the 
machine part and a bronze gear, t can find 
the first three, but where is the last? 
Nowhere in the entire solution is this 
information given." 
David Washer, Wembley 

A Wanna bet? Open issue 24, turn to 
page 80, and locate the first T of the 
heading. Scan left a fraction and, in 
arguably small but perfectly legible wnting 
you should see the words 'Bronze gear' 
and an arrow pointing to the relevant 
room. (It's near the machine room in the 
outer ring). Mine, I think, is a pint of Pepsi 
and some dry-roasted peanuts. 



HOOK 

Q"How do you get the Pirate's 
uniform? I've tned pinching it from 
Mrs Sweedles' washing line with the pole." 
Sinsh Parekh, Preston 

A I trust you already own the hat. 
Knock on Mrs Smeedles' wash-room 
door but - and this is the tnck - swing 
back on the rope before she opens it. Go 
back all the way round to round about 
where the game started and you should be 
able to snatch the iacket with the pole. If 
you were already doing this, you just need 
to do it faster 1 

Q"l have no money to purchase a 
magnet to gel Dr Chop's clock." 
Kerem Cetindamar, Leicester 

A Try to pick up the pots next to the 
portcullis on Hook's ship and you will 
find some gold. This should secure you 
the magnet from the Pirate tailors that you 
have been dreaming of. 

ALIEN BREED '92 

Q"ls there a map of Deck 12? I'd like 
to try and finish this one off before 
going out and getting Alien Breed 2." 
Ellen Ripley. Fiorina 146 



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In the AMIGA POWER letters page, a year is a very 
long time. Exactly 365 days, 52 weeks or 12 
months, to be precise. Anyway, here's a brief 
selection of some of the post we received during 
1993 - just to give you some idea of what to expect 
when you go out and buy the magazine for real. 
• Address your letters to: AMIGA POWER, 30 Monmouth 
Street, Bath, Avon BA1 2BW. 



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'SHAMANISTIC 

LEMMINGS' 

Dear AMIGA POWER. 

I like Shamanistic lemmings, me. 

Me, I like Shamanistic lemmings. 

I always say it boosts a lemming's 

credibility no end H he adds a few 

Shamanistic tendencies to his personality. 

The more the better in most cases. 

But I digress. I like Shamanistic lemmings. 

Me, I like Shamanistic lemmings. 

Yours sincerely, 12 Rainbow Trout 

Thanks for sharing that one with us, '12'. 
Seriously, the next person who sends any 
form of poem to Do The Write Thing' gets 
shot. We are not kidding. 



'NOT A VERY 
PRETTY BUNCH' 

Men of AMIGA POWER, 

Don't any of you fancy Lisa Kellett? Go on, 



admit it, she's a babe. Even though you're 
not a very pretty bunch (in fact, you're all 
damn ugly) you should still ask her out. If 
she's still not taken then you lot are a sad 
bunch (apart from Stuart Campbell 'cos 
he's cool). 

I'm yours forever, Lisa 
Andrew, Germany 

This is just one of the many letters we get 
every month singing the praises ofAP's 
lovely Art Assistant, and, coincidentally, 
insulting the rest of us. Sadly, the only pic 
in this supplement is of 'cool' Stuart 
Campbell (page 2. fact fans), so you'll 
have to go and buy the proper magazine 
to check out the rest of the team in all their 
photogenic glory. Have fun now. 



'I WISH TO 
PARTICIPATE' 

To: AMIGA POWER. 

I have seen your magazine and I wish to 



participate in It. May I have your terms, 

please? 

Your friend, 

Hameed Yousef Mhameed, Kuwait 

Our terms, eh? Well, a couple of bunches 
of daffs and a Playpeopie annual from 
1976 should do it. 

Issue 26 June '93 
'BEING A 
PSYCHIATRIST' 

To all at AMIGA POWER, 
Whilst I'm probably one of the most aged 
readers of your periodical, a young at 
heart 53, 1 can't help but find this computer 
games lark just so jolly enjoyable. I've also 
found that it helps many of my patients. 
Being a psychiatnst, I've recently noticed 
how playing computer games reduces 
tension and allows patients an outlet for 
their anger and frustration. 

Greg, before his tragic and 
unfortunate death, found computer games 



ELOCUTION LESSONS 



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'WE CAN HANDLE A FEW 

Dear Persons at that great magazine called AMIGA 
POWER, 

Crap, crap, crap, crap, crap. crap. crap. crap. crap, 
crap, crap, crap, crap, crap, crap (Snip! - Ed), crap. crap. 
CRAP! Is this the only naughty word you're allowed to 
print (apart from •@!fl' which I don't understand)? Your 
reader poll discovered that 79% of your readers are 15 and 
over - 1 think we can handle a few more rudies. 

As the great Ben Elton once said, "TV is built on the 
superstition that only a three-year old with a sponge for a 
brain is watching." I sometimes wonder If this magazine is 
like that, frightened to print a word like (We can't print this 
word. - Ed) just in case a three-year old will read it and 
copy you. 

The frequency of the word "crap" is phenomenal. For 
example, in the Downers section of issue 19s Pool review, 
Stuart says, "maybe it's just me being crap." This could 
have been replaced with "maybe it's just me being crap 
(We can't print this word. - Ed)"\o much better effect. If 
the word (We can't print this word. - Ed) upsets that 
miserable (We can't print this word. - Ed) Editor of yours, 
you could edit key letters like the T in (We can't print this 
word. - Ed). You could refer to the controls of Kick Off as 
"The controls are an absolute (We can t print this word. - 
Ed), but they're a piece of (We can't print this word. - Ed) 
when you get used to them." 



For that very nice letter, can I please have a copy of 
Civilization for my Amiga? 
Yours (We can't print this word. - Edjingly, 
Dale Bird, Cannock 

(We can't print this word. — Ed) off. But seriously. Daks, 
it's a tunny old world. You can put Die Hard on the telly, no 
problem, with hundreds and hundreds of people being 
horribly killed, shot in the knees and oozing blood 
everywhere, but every time Bruce Willis says "(We can't 
print this word. — Ed)", it has to get dubbed out so he 
looks like a goldfish, or replaced with "Flip", or something 
equally ridiculous. Of course, swearing for its own sake 
isn t big or hard or clever. But, personally, I don t think 
there's any such thing as bad' language (except in the 
sense of having a crap command of English), only 
language with different levels of expressiveness. How can 
a word ever possibly be offensive in its own right? It's a 
word, tor God's sake! (Actually, better be careful, the G 
word's a bit borderline as well). That said, the Moral' 
Majority (in fact a very small minority with ears in high 
places) exert a powerful hold on this country, to the extent 
that a magazine can be removed from shelves for printing 
the most ridiculously wet of phrases - our erstwhile sister 
magazine Your Sinclair was once stopped from using a 
covermounted door hanger bearing the words "Bog Off'' 
(oh no. we're in trouble now!), on the grounds that WH 
Smith, purveyors of the printed word to a nation, refused 
to stock the magazine if it went ahead with it. We ourselves 
can't even use the word sod' (taking our careers in our 
hands here), because, seemingly, it's actually short for (It 
is, and we cant print this word. - Ed). It's a sick and 
disgusting state of affairs, but there's not really much we 
can do about it. If it'll make you feel better, though, feel 
free to ring us up every month and we II tell you down the 
phone which words we really wanted to say every time we 
actually used crap'. Okay? 



as a new way of taking his anger out on 
something, instead of his former way of 
venting his anger on himself. I truly believe 
that if the power cut hadn't taken place, he 
would still be alive today. 

So. to conclude. I certainly believe 
that computer games are a good, 
entertaining way of recovenng from mental 
illness, and that parents should be 
encouraged to support their children's 
gameplaymg enjoyment. 
Yours. Dr S Buscemi, Croydon 

Yeah What he said. 

'A FREE POSTER OF 

WINONA RYDER' 

Dear AMIGA POWER. 
I don't like coverdisks. How about a tree 
poster of Winona Ryder instead 7 
Yours, Dave. Herts 

We're trying, Dave. Nnnnggghhh. 

Issue 27 July '93 
'PROFESSOR OF 



Did you know that the Professor of 
Obstetncs and Gynaecology at Kings 
College Hospital, London is called 
Stuart Campbell? 
Simon de Rivaz. Cheltenham 

No. but if you hum it, we'll - no. that's 
not right. 



'OTHER PEOPLE 
MAY HAVE 
CONSIDERED 
COINCIDENCES' 

I've worked ft out - 1 know the solution to 
life, the universe and everything' Or, to be 
more specific, t know what's happening to 
the AP team. Every time I open up the 
new issue of AP, I turn to 'Just Who Do 
We Think We Are?' to be greeted by a 
mynad of new faces. What's happening to 
the AP team? Just when I get used to one 
reviewer's style, they're off Where are 
they all going? I refuse to beleve that they 
all moved to different magazines. No. 
[DRAMATIC PAUSE] I know what's 
happening to them - I've connected a 
number of things which other people may 
have considered coincidences to arrive at 
the obvious conclusion. Firstly, who is the 
only member of the team (apart from good 
o*d Jonathan Davies. who doesn't count) 
that has been with the mag since the 
beginning? Seconoty. why does said 
person nearly always appear m dark 
glasses wrth a fan riding h.s face? Why is 
this person apparently so good at games? 




Yes. Stuart Campbell is a VAMPIRE! He's 

devoured the old AP team members - 

look out Cam. Steve etc' I reckon the only 

reason JD hasn't been noshed is because 

he doesn't taste very ntce. 

I will not obey authority' 

The Scarlet Helmet, Derbyshire 

Oh God, it's going to be one of those 
days, isn't it?- Stu. 



Issue 29 Sop ' 
'THROBBINd LOVE 



Congratulations on the new addition to the 
Power Family - The Secret Garden. 
(Which is what our Reader Ads page is 
called, for no very good reason we can 
currently remember. - Ed) Particular 
Congrats are due for the decision not to 
include a lonely hearts column. It's a well- 
known tact that computers are of far more 
interest to males than females, although it 
still baffles me why. A lonely hearts 
column only serves to raise the hopes of 
those sad. sad individuals who have 
neither the right nor the confidence to walk 
upon this grey and unpleasant land. Do 
these people not realise that my stomach 
is strongly offended with every mention of 
throbbing love gussets that seem packed 
into the classified pages of every 
publication? Anyway, you haven't included 
such a section, so I'll get off my soapbox 
and on to the point of my letter. 

What ever happened to the great 
articles that first enticed me to buy 
POWER back in those Matt Bielby golden 



days? You should make a lot more of the 
good ideas you have - for example, the 
Right Profile in the July issue. Great! I'd 
like to hear about the views Jon Hare has 
with regard to the software industry, or 
even his views on nothing in particular, but 
lay it on thick! The same applies for 
beefing up Diary Of A Game - you could 
drop the coverdisk. as far as I'm 
concerned, but give me something 
substantial to read. 

I remember in my infancy as a 
gamesplayer picking up Your Sinclair. It 
always had something worth reading. 
even if the feature had bugger all to do do 
with computer games. One month I saw 
an article about the magazine staff having 
a paintbail match with a local police team, 
just when paintbail was new to the country 
- come to think of it. I think your very own 
Jonathan Davies was involved Regular 
readers know who you are, I think you 
could do articles about what you get up to 
as a team. 

I'm probably in the minority with my 
views, and I understand you have to cater 
for the larger part of your market, but I 
hope you'll consider these views in future 
months. I'll continue to buy POWER 
because it offers an unrivalled reviews, 
tips and previews service better than 
anyone else in the whole world. It's still the 
best mag in the world of computerdom. 

Thanks for letting me sound off! 
Yours faithfully. Phil Helme. Bolton 

You've kind of answered your own 
question at the end there. Phil. I used to 
love those ridiculous old YS articles too, 
but from the rest of the mail we get it 
seems as if most readers think we're quite 
self-indulgent enough already, thanks. I 
think maybe those happy, innocent, 
carefree days are gone forever. 

'IN ADDITION TO 
SOME OTHER 
PEOPLE'S' 

I am 25 and have all my own, in addition 
to some other people's, teeth. 
Randolph X. Edinburgh 



PSYCHIATRIC HELP 



'HUGELY EROTIC 

Re: Cute Games, 

Please tell me which institute you let 
your Staff Writer Cam Winstanley out 
of, and don't you think the authorities 
will find out where he is after his 
recent articles in your magazine? 
I find both articles biased and twisted 
- it's painfully obvious that Mark only 
likes one type of game and is 



Issu* 30 Oct 
'A LARGER-THAN- 
LIFE PSYCHOPATH' 

I'd just like to congratulate Mr Cam 
Winstanley, author of that brilliantly over- 
the-top review of Walker Every mag 
needs a larger-than-life psychopath and 
he fits the bill perfectly, giving your already 
excellent mag an edge over competitors. 
Geoff Noonan, Rudgewick 

Cheers Geoff. I expect you're pretty 'on 
the edge yourself. - Cam 



Issue 31 
'VERY BORING- 
LOOKING LADIES' 

To Ye Olde AMIGA POWER, 
One morning, as I was leafing through the 
pages of The Bristol Evening Post, I 
happened to find the nominees for the 
'Miss Bristol' competition. Amongst the 
other very boring-looking ladies, I saw a 
name that jumped out and thought "Oooh. 
that sounds familiar." I sat and thought for 
a while and remembered where I'd heard 
rt, rushed upstairs to get my AMIGA 
POWER and found that it was Lisa Keller!" 

I phoned up to vote for her right 
away, and f think she should win, so just 



OCIOLOGY DEGREE 



'A SEVERE BEATING 

The other day I was on a bus when I heard two young boys 
arguing about which computer mag is best One thought 
AP was good, while the other thought Amiga Format 
superior. The discussion soon became heated and a fight 
broke out. It was a close contest, but the lad supporting 
AP was definitely ahead on points when I intervened. 

"Boys," I said, "what do you think you're doing? 
When I was a lad there weren't any computer mags, no 
computers, no TV, and if you wanted music you had to 
sing. You just don't know how lucky you are.'' 

I think this kind of violence is indicative of today's 
society. In years past, if you had a fight then the local 
bobby would skelp you about the head. You thought twice 
about fighting again, I can tell you. At school, lateness, 
disrespect and speaking out of turn all resulted in a severe 



beating. Yet there was none of the violence which is so 
common in today's schools. 

All we hear from today's youngsters is that there's 
nothing to do. Put them to work, that's what I say. I fought 
in the war for today's youth; well, the Cold War anyway. 
Once I had a snowball fight with a Russian exchange 
student - 1 would ve won if he hadn't hidden behind a wall. 

The reason I'm telling you all this is to introduce a 
new argument into the causes of violence* debate. 
Computer games, television and films are not to blame - 
it's the idiot politicians who keep prattling on about 
Victorian values'. Every night some politician Is on the 
news wittering on about subjects they know nothing 
about. Your reaction? "I'd love to smack his face in," and 
there we have it - violent thought. There is a direct 
correlation between the increase In viewing time given to 
politicians and the increase in violence. 
Ian Ritch, Dundee, Aged 24, single, unemployed, 
hacked off, and making a vain attempt to double 
the AP mailbag 

PS: You still owe me a prize from several months ago. It's 
not fair, but that's life. Speaking of which, I have a turnip 
whose shape you wouldn't believe. 

Ian - it's in the post, okay? Just leave us alone, please. 



__ _ unwilling to give 

ELP any other type of 

genre a chance. It's 
like giving a film 
reviewer who loves 
horror films 
Sommersby to write 
about. 
Another thing that I did find 
strange and rather annoying was the 
fact that I found Mark Winstanley in a 
bunny rabbit suit hugely erotic. 
Please advise me. 
Yours forever, 
James L Carter, Crawley 
PS Any chance of Linda in the bunny 
suit? 

Nurse! 



dial nght now. You'll have to hurry 
because the lines close at 12 today. 
(That's that sketch knackered then. — 
Ed). Why not, if she wins, do a centrefold 
of our lovely Lisa? 
Love, Duane Dibbly, Ctevedon 

Sony - it's another Lisa Kellett letter. We 
did warn you. But now you really do have 
to buy the magazine in order to find out 
what she really looks like. Don't you? 




'I GET A @ BY 
PRESSING SHIFT 
AND 2' 

I have had my computer for about six 
months and am having a few problems. I 
had an Atari 1040 for about two years 
previously, but when I heard about the 
new Falcon not being compatible and the 
ST being discontinued, I bought an A1200 
with a 64 Meg hard drive. 

I print from a Canon BJ10 Ex which 
served me well on the ST. I have Pen Pal 
installed on my hard dnve which I use to 
do my assignment for University. 

The problems I have are: 

1 When I pnnt, it takes about 5 
minutes for a single page of text. It seems 
fine on DPaint but is far too slow on Pen 
Pal. I bought a new pnnter dnver from PD 
but that doesn't help. How can I get my 
printer to print at the speeds I know it can? 

2. The keymap is set on American, 
meaning I get a @ from pressing SHIFT 
and 2 instead of the desired ". How do I 
change the keymap to UK? 

3. 1 used to sample/sequence music 
on my ST. Exactly what equipment and 
which is the best value for money, would I 
need for the A1200 to be able to sample 
and sequence? I have a MIDI keyboard. 
Yours. Rodger Wyber, Bickleigh 

Although AMIGA POWER quite clearly 
presents itself as a dedicated Amiga 
games mag, some folk still persist in 
asking us technical questions. We decided 
to let Stuart answer these ones: 

1. Are you deliberately trying to 
annoy us. Rodger, or are you just the 
stupidest person ever to walk the face of 
the planet, ever? 

2. Try ramming a fork into your 
eyeball, that might do the tnck. 

3. You're at University, Rodger, 
surely you must have at least some kind of 
vague inkling of what the phrase 
dedicated games mag' means? Surely? 



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Build your own 




MAKE MO MISTAKE, the 

.VIIMHI is .hi rxirllt'iil ma< llinr YOU mighl 

well wish i<> i)tn one - bui could you build 
youi own cheapci t 

Win- no) suggesting thai you go oul 
and bit) .1 soldering iron and send <>h a 
large ordei foi electrical components u> 

Maplin. hut could you cousii'iii I .1 ma< hint 

oi similai performance from third part) 
expansions thai are readih available? 

Could \<mi up-i.nU- \rini present machine 
to 14000 performance, wiihoui having to 
m tualry bu> .1 real A4000? 

l<i stan with, you will need some lonn 
• •1 Amiga, .ukI unfortunately nobody bul 
( Commodore seems i<» make them 

Si» whit !i 'ii ili«' range would you start 
with? I li<- A500 is a gcxxl solid workhorse, 
but lacks the expansion capability thai we 
would need foi this project, rhe A2000 
would be a belter choice, bul you 1 an u<'' «> 
even bettei bargain with 1 1 1 < ~ AI500i 

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toi l'( and Amiga expansions, pins a ( PI 

slot lor acceleratoi cards and .1 video rioi 
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HITTING THE TARGET - WHY YOU REALLY NEED RETARGETABLE GRAPHICS 



Retargetable graphics (RTG) has been one of the 
most talked about but least understood aspects 
of the Amiga. Commodore have promised sup- 
port for it in future versions of Workbench, and 
several graphics card manufacturers already 
have models which boast RTG features. 

RTG has been present on the Apple Mac for 
years, so you can run programs Like Photoshop 
on anything from a black-and-white to a 16-mil- 
lioncolour Macintosh. So what does it all mean? 

The basic idea behind it is to make pro- 
grams independent of the graphics cards they 
run on. So you would be able to run any 24-bit 
paint program on any 24-bit graphics card. 
The program doesn't talk directly to the card, 
but accesses the card through the operating sys- 
tem. Every different graphics card has a special 
library which tells the operating system how to 
write to the card. This means that as far as the 



program is concerned, all graphics cards look 
the same. All the work of actually producing the 
screen is done by the operating system. 

This all sounds very well, but what's needed 
is a standard, so both the manufacturers of 
graphics cards and programmers can start 
producing hardware and software that complies 
with it. Commodore have promised a standard, 
but it's not yet appeared. 

Several manufacturers have RTG features on 
their graphics cards (such as the Picasso II and 
Retina), but the only standard which covers sev- 
eral cards is the EGS (Enhanced Graphics 
System), pioneered by manufacturers GVP. 

All manufacturers have indicated their will- 
ingness to comply with the official Commodore 
standard once it's defined, so let's hope that 

The Retina and Picasso cards are very good alternatives for the Commodore get a move on and help make the 
non aga set. A 256 colour Workbench can still be yours. Amiga a more professional video machine. 




WITH A MASK AND A SWORD, IT'S THE SWASHBUCKLING ZORRO SLOT 



The Zorro slot on the A1500 is, indeed, a fox so 
cunning and brave. In fact they all are. There is a 
total of four full Zorro slots in the A1500, and 
three PC slots. 

The PC slots are useful if you have a PC 
Bridgeboard, because you can install PC cards 
such as an AdLib sound card or whatever. In fact 
they are still useful even if you don't have a 
Bridgeboard - expansion cards for the Amiga 
only use the slot as a power source, and these 
will work just as happily in the PC slots. 

The Zorro slots themselves combine a power 
supply and an Address/Data Bus so the card can 
communicate directly with the CPU. Because 



Zorro slots are so flexible, almost any sort of 
device can be added to the Amiga, from broad- 
cast quality video cards to sound samplers. 

The A3000 and A4000 series machines have a 
Zorro III slot which is even more powerful. It 
uses a multiplexed Address/Data Bus to virtually 
double the rate of information transfer. This 
would be very useful if anyone ever produced a 
Zorro III compliant board, but very few such 
boards have actually appeared so far. 

The Zorro slot can house a multitude of add-ons, 

ranging from hard drives to 16-bit samplers. SCSI 

Interfaces and virtually every device known to man. 




Those AGA chips arc all the rage in 
I993 and art- probably the firsi thing i«> 
worry about The A4000. in case you're noi 
aware, uses ihe completely updated AGA 
(Advanced Graphics Arrav) chip sei which 
ha- ,1 miiimIh-i ol extra graphii •• modes 

Ihe most important of these i^ 1 1 WIS 
mode, Which enables suitably equipped 
machines to display hi-res images in up to 
264.141 colours. Not bad. really. The 25r> 
colour mode is more useful on an evrrydav 
basis, though, because it doesn't use up 
any valuable processor time. 

There are no waj that you can 
upgrade an older machine to the AGA 
i hip set. It isn't just a matter ol |>oppiug in 
a few new chips or anything like thai. The 

AGA chip si i involves a complete new 

architecture which affects the wa\ the 

entire motherboard ol the computer is 
laid out. 

Kill if the major different e is JUSI a lew 
graphics modes, why bother? 

There is a number of ven cheap dis- 
play cards available for the Amiga. These 
don't bother with HAMS and all thai cun- 
ning kludge business - instead lhe\ go 
ttraighi for 24-bit, which gives you a total 
of 16.8 million colours to play with. 



One tempting choice ol 24-bit card is 
probably the MacroSystem's Retina, which 
is ihe original, useful, inexpensive 24-bit 
graphics card. The Retina is much more 
than just a displav device, though, As well 
as performing framebufl'er tasks, such as 
displaying static images, the Retina < an 
also handle animations. 

IVobablv mote important is the abilitv 
of the Retina card to displav normal Amiga 
application screens. This is done by using 
an emulation program and a soltware 

librar) to redirect Workbench. 

It is a form of reiargeiable graphics 
(see panel below left), in that the software 
fools ihe applications into opening win- 
dows on the Retina displav rathei than the 
usual K( .1'. t >m .ii the bat k ol the Amiga. 

This feature works without the co- 
operation of the particular application in 
question, so it is quite cunning. Howew-i. 
it is not always entirely successful. 

Retina does not support siieeii 
dragging, so you can'i look at two tasks 
simultaneously. It therefore has problems 
with programs such as Oeluxr I'anit. which 
open tool bars und requesters using over- 
lay screens on top of the main screen 



(such as the Palette requestor). 

The upshot ol this ability to displav 
application sc reens, is lhat you can happifv 
run main applications. including 

Workbench itself, through the Retina. 
While the programs nurj noi be able to 

take advantage of die extra colour resolu- 
tion, some- ol them tan take advantage ol 
the greatly in< teased pixel resolution. 

The Retina ( an displav screens at up to 

1440 by B66 pixels in a non-interlaced 

screen mode. Main applications, such as 
l)itrctor\ ()jiu\. Professional Page, Professional 
Drowand Maxrplan lean make use ot this 

THE EASY A3000 OPTION 

Another thing to consider is the A3000. Yes, it is a little out of 
date, yes, it does only come with Workbench 2, yes, you do 
have to boot Kickstart from disk. 

On the plus side of things, you can pick up an A3000 for 
around £700 - a lot less, in fact if you pick it up second-hand. 
rt comes with a 25MHz 68030 - a full version with an MMU, an 
FPU and a SCSI interface. It also features four Zorro III slots, 
which means that the latest range of Amiga peripherals can be 
plugged in and used (when someone finally works out what 
the Zorro III standard actually is). 

Slap in a Retina or Picasso board and you're away. Total 
cost, just over £1,000. The stock A3000 wil outperform the 
A4000/030 without too much trouble, as Richard Baguley keeps 
pointing out to anyone who will listen. 





The A3000 - a nic» machine, although a bit fussy lt» main advan- 
tage as a starting point it that it is cheap and has Zorro III slots. 



The G-Force card is much more than just an 
accelerator - It has a SCSI interface too. 

enhanced pixel resolution. 

Speed is the second thing you have 

lo worn about A graphics card will help 
oui lute, because it uses its own graph hs 
memon whit h i*. incredibly last, hut obvi- 
ously you will need a new processor caul to 
match the power ol the A-iooo. 

The WOO 030 runs off a 68KC030 
clocked at 25MHz, so obviously you are 

going in need something better than lhat 
lit impre-s vour mates. 

There are quite a few accelerator cards 
available for the Amiga, but probably ihe 

fastest and best in terms of compatibilit) is 
the G-Force at eclerator from GVP. 

This mmes in many versions, but ihe 
top spec model Includes a full 68040 chip 
running at 33.MII/. The card also includes 
an extra serial and parallel port and a S( LSI 
Interface. 32-bit wide memory can be 
addetl (o the board up to a total <>| <• 1Mb, 
using ( A'P's own 16Mb SIMM modules. 

AKo still available, although no longer 
in production, is the Zeus 040 card from 
Progressive Peripherals. This card is very 
similai lo ihe (AT one, but is slighth lastei 
at ( oiding to our tests (AF 49). 

In ordei to be faster than the 
4000/030 all vou really need is an accelera- 
tor which has a 68030 clocked at more 

than I'.'AIH/. If you got the 40MHz '030 
version of the (i-Forcc card, you would 

only have to shell out £699 - not bad 

really, as this gives you a RAM platform 
and .i s< ,si interfa* e as well as a fully func- 
tioning b8(l3(> chip, clocked al nearlv twice 
the speed ol ihe one in the A4000/030. 

An FPU, incidentally, is a maths ti.- 
processor which works in tandem with all 
processors from the 68020 up, and dramat- 
ically reduces the time taken to perform 

many uiaihemaiic.il calculations. 

Memory, and lots of it. is the other 
big advantage that ihe A4000 030 still has 

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over our Frankenstein machine. Even the 
meanest of distributors is supplying the 
4000 with 1Mb of Chip RAM and 1Mb ol 
Fas! RAM on board. 

Matching the Fast RAM capability isn't 
really a problem. It is usually solved at least 
in pad by your accelerator card. Most 
accelerators, including the OForce which 
we picked nut previously as a good bet. 
have sluts f'oi 32-bil wide Fasl R Wl 

The RAM is usually installed as either a 
ZIP or SIMM package, readily available if 
you search through the small ads of \b\ 
32-bit RAM gets over the Autoconfigure 
memory limit ('.'Mb with Kickstart version 
2). 32-bit RAM can be mapped "over the 
top" and be direct!)' accessed by the pro- 
cessor on the card. 

In practise, this 32-bit RAM is faster 
than the 32-bit RAM on the A4000, 
because it can be accessed in such a direct 
fashion without fiddling around with all 
the mcss\ 11ns protocol that slows down 
memory operations on the AI000. 

This doesn't solve the other problem. 
though. In non-AGA machines, the maxi- 
mum amount of Chip RAM which can be 
used by the system is 1Mb. This is normally 
enough for most people, but if you use 
applications which make extensive use of 
custom chips, it may be a bit restricting. 

The sort of thing affected is samplers, 
graphics programs such as DPaint and any- 
thing which uses 1 1AM. This software relies 
heavily on the custom chips, and since the 
custom chips rel\ <>n Chip RAM. von ma) 
find yourself short Chip RAM may also be 
required by other devices which make use 




The Trifecta is a rather useful SCSI expansion 
card for any Zorro-compatible machine. 

of the custom chips. 

The answer to this problem is the 
Power Computing Megachip2. This is a 
small board, complete with a 2Mb Agnus 
and four Zip packages, which simply plugs 
into your existing Agnus socket. The only 
problem with this is that as your original 
Agnus is still in the socket you will have to 
remove it. 

When the board is in place there are 
four crocodile cables to connect to your 
(iary chip, and then you arc set. Make sure 
you get the right connections Otherwise 
you could do some damage. You will know 
if you got it wrong, because the Amiga will 
probably just display a red screen at boot 
up. Probably the most important thing is 
to get the chip the right way round. 

High Density disks, if you want to get 

re.illv lussv, are probably next up. doubling 
the storage capacity of each floppy you use. 
Commodore plan to do an official I ID 
upgrade for the A 1200. but there are no 
plans for the older machines: which is a bit 
of a shame, because after Kickstart 2 they 




AND HERE'S ONE WE MADE EARLIER 

It is all very well saying how easy it is to upgrade your machine, but are 

we just saying that, or did we really get our own hands dirty? 

well, actually we borrowed a sad and defunct A1500 from Amiga Shopper 

(which has a great collection of sad and defunct things) and soon had it 

filled up with lots of exciting extras to make it the most powerful 

machine in the office (if you don't count Sue's brain). 

Here is how it all came together... 




IWhat a lot of kit we've got! Now all we hava to do 
is find tome cunning way to shoehorn it all inside 
that horrible, knackered old A 1500 box. 



i 




5 Not a saucerful ot secrets, but a 1500 full of Zorro 
cards. The cards you need to add are really up to 
you, but a hard drive should be high on the list. 




6 Remove the Agnus (preferably with the correct 
tool) and note the orientation. Then slip in the 
Megachip2 board, pushing home firmly. 




W 



7 Attach the crocodile leads very carefully* They 
must be attached to the correct pins and they 
must not short out the legs of the Gary chip. 



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ADVANTAGES DISADVANTAGES 



Faster than stock A4000 • 

Better colour resolution ■ 

Compatible with existing software • 

Better performance/price ratio • 



• Non-AGA software compatible 

• Custom chip operations are slower 
than the 4000 

• Zorro II standard only 



FINAL SPECIFICATION 

Graphics - 24-bit (16.8 million colours) 
Processor - 68040 O 33 MHz (20+ MIPS) 
Chip RAM - 2Mb 
Drives: SCSI and High Density floppy 



arc all capable of running HD drives. 
Fortunately. Power Computing have now 
released an internal version of their much 
celebrated XL drive. This mechanism 
comes in two versions, one for the 
A500/A1500 and one for the A600/A1200. 
Both versions use a high-quality Sony 
mechanism which actually transfers at 
speeds slightly faster than the A4000*s 
internal drive. 

The drive can also be used by CtohDos 
to access high-density PC disks, just like the 
A4000. The final formatted capacity of 
vour disks under AmigaDOS will be up to 
1.8Mb (depending on which filesystem you 
choose). PC formatted disks will be the 
standard PC capacity, 1.44 Mb. 

On the hard drive side of things, the 
A 4000 comes complete with an IDE inter- 
face and mechanism. This is a great bone 
of contention between enthusiasts and 
Commodore, because although the drives 



are cheap, they are not as fast as a SCSI 
mechanism. This is an excellent opportu- 
nity to go one up on the A4000 owners bv 
getting a SCSI card, or even a SCSI 2 card 
which is faster still. 

SCSI 2 can give transfer rales of 
around 5.5 Mb/second. This interface is 
included with the G-Force accelerator, or 
it can be obtained separately in the shape 
of something like an HC8 card or Trifecta. 

What, in the end. do we make of it all? 
Ixx>king at the prices, it becomes apparent 
that, depending on the kind of deal you 
get when getting hold of some of the older 
Stuff (the prices of .i lot of the older CAP 
equipment have been falling for some 
lime) it would probably be slighth more 
expensive to upgrade your A 1500 to the 
top specifications. However, these specifi- 
cations are far in excess of the A4000. 

If you already have an A 1 500 or A2000. 



then it would probably be more financially 
prudent to upgrade than try to finance a 
completely new machine. Remember that 
you don't need an '0-10 accelerator to heal 
the A40O0/030. 

II you compare the price for an 
A 4000 040 (£1,799] ag»iMl an upgraded 
A 1500 (around £1,599) you'll see that it is 
possible to create a faster machine lot less 
mone\. lie aware also thai these prices are 
simply guidelines. It vim shop around, go 
to shows or keep an eve on the local 
papeis. Mm will probably be able to pick 
up most of this equipment, particularly the 
accelerator cards, for much less than the 
prices quoted here. 

Ii is also something which can be more 
easily achieved in stages: surfing. sa\. with 
the A1500 and a SCSI drive, getting a div 
plav card, then (he accelerator and finally 
the Chip RAM expansion - you won't find 
(hat rou can't run anything without it. it 
just makes life a lot easier. 

Adding things in stages not onlv keeps 
the outkn down, but also means that vou 
onl\ bu\ the things you actually need. You 
may find thai alter adding a graphics card 
and a hard drive, you don't really need 
anything else to achieve your purpose 

I'llimatelv, (he changing pace of soft- 
ware development will leave vour machine 
not exactly redundant, but certainly disad- 
vantaged in the years to come. On (he 
other hand. Commodore are committed to 
producing a RISC-based super-machine, 
piohahh ven late nexi \eai oi earh '95, 

It may be worth the wait, but in the 
meantime an upgraded A 1500 may be a 





2 We've Uktfl the lid off It now. both literally and 
metaphorically. Look at all that dust! Never mind. 
though, it'll soon b« avan battar than new. 



3 Removing the drive and power assembly is just a 
matter of undoing all the screws at the back and 
lifting it up. There is only a slot holding it at the front. 




4 Fitting a Zorro card Is easy Just remove the blank- 
ing plate and slot it In. Press firmly on the card to 
make sure it fits properly in the connector. 




r *r 





8 To fit the XL drive you will need to disassemble the 
drive and power subassembly. Detach the spacers 
from under the old drive and add them to the XL. 



9 The XL drive at home. It may be a little whiter 
than the standard ones, but otherwise it looks just 
the same. Now 1.6 Mb disks are at your command. 




#a^%Tha finished beast. Custom paint jot) on the out- 

I w.ui; perhaps, and it'll be lovely. Would you swap 
this for one of those nasty A4000 things? Not likely) 



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Could this new hardware and software 

combination really be the solution to all that 

searching through videos for the right bit? 

Nick veitch sits in the director's chair... 



The Ed it man package includes vari- 
ous bits of hardware and software. 
Its main purpose is to control video 
recorders and make editing several 
bits of footage down to one tape, 
but it also includes a sound mixer. 



IF YOU'RE ONE of those people 

who have .1 lot of video tapes, you're prol>- 
ably also one of those people who have a 
lot of things on several different tapes 
which yon know would be just that bit 
more wonderful if they were all on one 
tape, all edited together nicety. 

Vou can. of course, if you really enjoy 
doing things the hard way. manually edit 
everything logelhei - lining up the tapes, 
pressing the tight buttons al the right lime 
and all that nonsense. 

You ran do it. and if you have a lot of 
tapes, you probably even Amvdone it -just 
the once. It is a tedious task and one 
which, in ihis age of enlightenment and 
computer automation, should be done for 
you by some technical wizardry. And, of 
course, it can be. 




This interface plugs In 
to the Amiga and 
controls the video 
recorder: either via a 
LANC socket or the 
'magic wand' remote 
control gadget. 




You will, of course, 

need two video 

recorders: one to play 

your master tapes 

and the other to 

record them on to the 

finished tape. This 

screen is used to tell 

the system what 

types you are using. 



However, video recorders being rather 
strange things, and video tape editing in 
particular being a highly specialised OCCU- 
pation, such a piece of technical wizardry 
has never quite been created to everyone'! 
satisfaction. Various combinations ol haul- 
ware and software have been tried .in<i 
some have worked pretty well, considering 
thai it's a difficult job. But mass consumer 
appeal, either among video enthusiasts or 
with Amiga fans, remains elusive. 

So it is th.it from time 10 time IOmC 
bright spark thinks lie's cracked it and a 
new- solution appears. One solution is the 
Edit Mate system from Camlank. a system 
converted from the PC package of the 
same name, and that remains essentially 
the same. ex< epl lor the software. 

TIMECODING 

You must have seen those rough cut music videos they are 
forever showing on TV that display timings in the top left 
corner of the picture. These) numbers are actually timecodes, 
and are very useful for deciding the edit points in a clip. 

What happens is that the original tape is duplicated, 
with the numbers overlaid on to the image. This tape can 
then be viewed to make edit decisions and the t imecode 
data noted. The timecodes should match up exactly (or near 
enough so as to make little difference) with the original 
tape, so all you have to do is take a note of the numbers and 
type them straight into your Edit Decision List. 

This is all very well, but how do you get the timecode 
numbers on the tape in the first place? Well, all you need is 
Edit Mate and a genlock. The package includes a program 
which will generate numbers for you at the right speed. 
Then it is just a simple matter of duplicating the tape with 
the Edit Mate-generated numbers genlocked over the top. 





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The Edit Mate package includes a program that 
enables you to show timecode numbers on a tape. 



The system consists of cables to link 
your Amiga to your video decks, a 'wand" 
for controlling infra-red video recorders, 
and a sound mixer. 

There are two versions of the software, 
one of which is designed, according to the 
manufacturers, for a 'normal' Amiga (we 
can only assume thev mean an older 
68000-bascd machine; an A500 or A600) 
and one curiously labelled Kdil Mate 
A 12(H) which, turns out to Ik- an optimised 
version suitable for any Amiga which uses a 
68020 or better processor. 

Trwt installer program supplied with 
the software is not exactly a prime example 
of state-of-the-art coding. For a start it 
assumes that if you have a hard disk then 
Workbench is installed on a 'DM0:' parti- 
tion. This wouldn't be so bad were it not 
for the fact that since aboul (wo years ago 
the first hard drive on an Amiga system has 
been called HDO: as default. Strange. 
Needless to say. the installer is a custom 
script and not one th.u uses the 
Commodore Installer program. 

Once the software is actually running 
.ill you have to do is set up ihe edits. 
Clicking on an edit number will switch the 
Software into edit mode. From here you 
can control the video player with the 



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MAGIC WAND 



EDIT MATE 



The Edit Mate comes complete with an infra red wand which 
can control any infra-red deck. The wand unit plugs into the 
controller system, which is connected to the parallel port. 

There is nothing inherently magic about it actually, it is 
just a combined infra-red receiver and transmitter. With the 
software provided, the wand receives and analyses signals 
from the VCR's remote control unit. These are then stored and 
can be played back through the transmitter to control the deck. 



Looks more like a 
mouse made some- 
where in Eastern 
Europe, but this is the 
'magic wand' which, 
despite the fancy 
name. Is really a glori- 
fied remote control. 




These wands are becoming quite commonplace now. Their 
first use on the Amiga was with Edit Mate's rival Gold Disk's 
Video Director, but they were also used with the IFR system on 
MacroSystems' V-Lab video digitiser. 



The main screen is 

where you control 

the video recorders, 

through the icons at 

the bottom and the 

odd click of a mouse. 

Zipping through the 

source tapes, you 

build up a list of start 

and stop points. 



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mouse* to %vi to the sum ol the clip you 
want to record. 

Next step is to mark this posiuon and 
once again use the mouse to gel to the edit 
out point. You have now successfully com- 
pleted your fust edit. It's certainlv not 
going to cause any great mental strain to 
anyone with an IQ higher than that of the 
average monocellular lifefonn. Simple and 
easy-to-use is the order of the day. 

You can repeat this process as many 
times as you like. The edit points will be 
stored in memory. Once you have all the 
edits you want all lined up and ready to go, 
you can then progress to compile an Kdit 
Decision List, or EDL. This is the rough 
equivalent of a music sequencer, but 
instead of music it play* video clips. 



REQUIRED EQUIPMENT 

To use Edit Mate you will need at least one tape device capable 
of playback which supports either the Sony or Panasonic 
remote editing protocols. 

if your video set up doesn't feature at least one machine 
that supports either of these protocols, you can forget about 
Edit Mat*. 

Almost every Sony and Panasonic model made in the last 
two years supports these standards, but it is worth checking. 
The Sony equipment should have a 3.5mm jack socket marked 
LANC (which apparently stands for L Ancillary Control) and the 
Panasonic machine will have a strange 5-pin DIN typo socket* 
usually marked "Remote". 

It is worth remembering that only the play unit need sup- 
port one of these protocols, as long as the record unit can be 
controlled by an infra-red device. If you are using a camera 
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camera must support one of these protocols. 



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junction with the timecode feature, you 
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at all. This may not sound too sensible, but 
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for the Amiga version. The sound mixer is 
a very useful addition to the set-up, 
although it was probably a little unwise to 
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widely available in photographic video 
shops and people heavily involved in video 
will almost certainh already have one. The 
audio mixer must Ik- controlled manually, 
which rather detracts from the automatic 
ideal of the whole thing. All in all this is 
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ACCESSIBILITY * 

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Money 





When it comes to cash, keeping a check on where it's all going is not always easy. 
Richard Baguley finds out if this budgeting program is worth its weight... 



SOME PEOPLE'S IDEA of 

budgeting is two streetwise dudes sitting on 
a sola in the high street, with one saying 
"I love money" and the other saving M I hale 
money". Suffice to sav that this sort of atti- 
tude is hardly likely to make you the bank's 
favourite customer. What banks like to see 
is people in control of their finances, with a 
good idea of where all the money goes. 

The obvious question that springs to 
mind is what happened to versions 1 and 
2, but this is actually version 3 of Home 
Accounts. Much of the functionality of the 
program is the same, but Digita have 
added some new features, speeded up the 
program and added M .A suppoi i 

The basic idea of the program is sim- 
ple. You enter a scries of figures wlii< h 
describe vour financial behaviour, stub as 
how much you spend on rent, lood. and so 
on. The program takes this data and pro- 
vides a projection of vour financial 
situation, which can be presented either as 
a table or a graph. When von actually 
spend the money, you enter this data, and 
the program provides an analysis ol how 
far from the truth your estimates are. 



The program is certainly easy to use. 
There's an excellent manual and an 
equally good on-line help facility which 
means it's easy to find any information you 
need quickly. Entering great wodgi* ol 
figures and setting up the account details 
is a bit tiresome, but that's hardly ih 
program's fault. It allows you to define as 
many different types of transactions (sue 
as cash withdrawals, petrol, food) a> you 
like, pending enough meinon and disk 
space. New accounts or transaction ivpes 
can be added .later it needed, so von don't 
need to wovrv about getting it completed 



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an option to determine your net worth, 

keep irai k ol any shares oi bonds and per- 
form a "What if?" calculation. Von can also 
set the program to automatically save the 
data al specific intervals. If the facts and 
figures are loo depressing, von can always 
have a quick go at the sliding block puzzle 
which seems to pop up in all of Digita 's 
products. This even gives vim the choice of 
lour different designs lor the bloc ks, 

Mom's Matters is a very flexible pro- 
gram, and it's also very fast It certainly 
slows down when you're dealing with a 
Complex set-up. but this is only to be 
expected. It gives you plenty of control 
over structuring vour data, and the possi- 
bility of comparing two different budgets 
could be extremely useful for determining 

exactly where your predictions departed 
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Home accounts program 

PROGRAMMER 

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Digita International 0395 270273 



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£49.99 (£19.99 upgrade from 
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Calculation and graph drawing is 
very fast, even with a complex 
accounts set up. 



A well written manual, with an excel- 
lent tutorial to show you how to set 
up your details. 

ACCESSIBILITY 

Entering all of the data is a bit 
tedious, but it's easy to alter once it's 
all been input. 



A large number of ways of present- 
ing and interpreting the data, with 
lots of graphs and reports. 

VALUE 

For fifty quid, this program is an 
extremely good way to get to grips 
with your finances. 






VERDICT 



•* This home accounts 
package is easy to use, 
powerful and quick. 
If you need to get a 
grasp of your 
financial fortunes, it's 
an excellent program 
for dealing with the 
various facts and 
figures in a quick 
and efficient way. " 



Money Matters makes much use of Digita's Human Interface 
Protocol (HIP), which simply means it's easy to use. 



Altering details once they've been entered is easy. Just dou- 
ble click on the entry, and use the requester. 




175 



If a picture tells a thousand words, an anima- 
tion does it at 25 frames a second. Nick veitch 
gets up to speed with Terranova's latest utility. 





THE ABILITY TO dicphy italic 

images is all verv well. They look particu- 
larly nice in the new AGA modes too. Bui 
in ihe real world, things aren't static . They 
move. Magic Lantern attempts to bridge the 
gap with reality by enabling the user 10 
combine static IFF images into an anima- 
tion file, which can then be plavccl back on 
the Amiga. 

Thousands of you are probably won- 
dering why 1 am bothering to go on. Yes, 
of course you could just load the images 
into DPaint. string them together in Aitim 5 
lormat and replay them. But Magic iMtUeni 
has a few tricks of its own. 

Possibly the most important of these is 
the choice ol animation compression 
modes. You can select the type "I compres- 
sion used to store the initial frame - 
normally a form of Run length 
Compression (Rl.C). This is the same way 
in which OPamt would store an animation, 
but Magic iMtitmi gives you a i boit v ol dif- 
ferent Rl.C modes 

It is also possible to select delta preler- 
ences for the rest of the anim. Animations 
arc often stored as delta files, where only 
the differences between successive frames 
aie stored. These can then be compressed 
and the result is an animation which is not 



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necessarilv the si/e of all the initial images 
combined. This compression can Ik- opti- 
mised for plavbac k speed or for si/e. 

The potential use of this software is 
further extended bv its support for 24-bit 
enhanced graphics cards. The Retina card 
is supported in H, 16 and 24-bit modes - 
which just about covers any replay options 
von may have. Also covered is the rather 
obscure GDA card. 

The control of the Retina also allows 
you to select which screen mode the 
Retina will use. out of the dozens of differ- 
ent resolutions il can handle for all the 
different coloui modes. 



Magic Lantern Is supported h\ two 
plaver utilities. The first is a play from 
RAM utility. There is no real difference 
between this and playing the DIFF files 
from within the editing software except, of 
course, that the iiu-nmn overhead is less if 

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you are disadvantaged in that area. 

The other is a plav from hard disk rou- 
tine. Obviously this is a less than ideal 
solution, but if you have a huge animation 
there is no other option. The replay speed 
is reasonable. If you are the luckv owner of 
a SCSI 2 interface with a realh fast mecha- 
nism attached, you will probablv not notice 
the difference. But on a normal hard 
drive, things are less than perfect. 

You should be able to manage about 
10 frames per second, but if you have 
saved the animation at a higher frame rate, 
vou will encounter some tedious difficul- 
ties. The plav routine will attempt to match 
the selected speed and fail. I'hat isn't a 
problem. The problem is thai it doesn't 
fail regularly. If the entire anim was slowed 
b\ the same amount it wouldn't be that 
noticeable, but varying display speeds will 
produce a jerky result and completely ruin 
any cunning timing vou have embedded 
into the anim structure. 

Still, this is a very useful piece of soft- 
ware. It is a lot more effective than the 
Makeract animation system supplied wiih 

the Relina. and a lot easier to understand. 
If you have a Relina. this software is 
heartily recommended, but for other 
users, you may as well slick to DPainL O 

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Animation system 

MANUFACTURER 

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California 93002-2202, USA 

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£99.95 



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Magic Lantern operates pretty fast - 
ft certainly gives Deluxe Paint a run 
for its money. 



A bit short but well written with 
useful notes on how best to 
construct your animations. 

ACCESSIBILITY r 

With a single screen gadget driven 
interface, you should be able to use 
it without instructions, 



It has every animation type you 
could ask for, but it could have sup- 
ported more cards. 

VALUE « 

If you have Retina, you have 
Makerace anyway. This isn't signifi- 
cantly better. 



VERDICT 



** In spite of its many 
options, this software 
is limited in application 
because it is directed 
mainly at users of a 
few 24-bit cards. It is 
really only worth buy- 
ing if you have a Retina 
or CDA card - then it is 
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The Magic Lantern software is entirely controlled from this screen via 
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At least, that's what Blue Ribbon would have you believe. Andy Nuttall 

finds out what The One-Stop's really got to offer. 



THE AMIGA HAS long been crv 
ing out for 16-bit sound capability. At its 
launch, 8-bit sound with sampling was 
unheard of in home computers. And in 
the last couple of years pressure has been 
put on Commodore to introduce lf>bit 
sound as standard on Amigas, to keep 
them one step ahead of the competition. 
Even with the new AGA machines 
Commodore have remained with the 
proven 8-bit engine, so it's up to third-party 
manufacturers to come up with the goods. 

Based around F.-Mu Systems' Proteus 1 
MIDI sound module. Blue Ribbon's One- 
Stop Music Shop promises to be the 
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ROM, MIDI compatibility, link for MIDI 
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The 4Mb of ROM on the One-Stop 
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drum kits. 

One-Stop is obviously aimed at the 
novice synthesist, because the layout of the 
editor is simple and intuitive. It lays all the 




Now the Amiga can 
compete with top 
professional record- 
ing equipment thanks 
to the One-Stop 
Music Shop package. 



elements of each sound out as a simple 
schematic diagram, with boxes represent- 
ing operators such as LFOs and 
modulators, and arrows linking them all 
together. Of course, many recent synths 
use similar graphics, but One-Stop has the 
advantage of a full Amiga screen to displav 
everything clearly. 

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two separate samples, arranged as Primary 
and Secondary instruments, chosen from 
the list of 210. When you play this sound, 
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ously, the volume of each depending on 
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Fader. For example; if you want to create a 



harsh bass sound, you might select a Slap 
Bass preset as your Primary Instrument. To 
make it more punchy you could select a 
tight Kick Drum sound as your Secondary. 
and make it, say. half the volume of the 
Priman. When played, the Kick Drum and 
Slap Bass will be played simultaneously, 
hopefully creating the sound you require. 

As you might expect, there are plenty 
of functions provided to alter your sound. 
A separate ADSR function for each instru- 
ment enables you to alter the Attack, 
Decay, Sustain and Release components of 
voui sounds; while three modulation 
sources control how the sound is played. 
Two LFOs (Low-Frequency Oscillators) 
provide familiar effects such as vibrato and 
tremolo, while an Auxiliary Envelope func- 
tion means you can add cross-fade, pitch 
bend and other effects to vour sound. 

Also, if you're controlling One-Stop 
from an external MIDI keyboard, vou can 
set up each sound to play differendv 
depending on how hard vou strike the key- 
board, and the position of the pitch and 
modulation wheels. One-Stop also enables 
you to control elements of your sound 
using up to three footswitches. Phew! 

When you plug One-Stop into your 
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sound module, with 32-voice multi-timbral- 
ity. That means you can assign a different 
sound to each of the Iti MIDI channels 
supported by One-Stop, and play them all 
simultaneously- in stereo. 

"Ah, but what if 1 use my Amiga as a 
MIDI sequencer?" you say. Fortunately that 
doesn't stop you from using One-Stop's 



ONE-STOP NEPOTISM 

Understandably, Blue Ribbon have made 
The One-Stop Music Shop compatible 
with all their music software and hard- 
ware. Given that their other products 
are among the best on the Amiga any- 
way, this isn't really a problem. On the 
contrary, it makes Amiga composition a 
lot simpler to learn and do. 

On the One-Stop disk are several 
tools and accessories which can be 
dragged into the relevant drawers on 
your Bars & Pipes Professional 2 disk. 
Then you can simply use the 
SoundEngine In and Out tools instead of 
the MIDI In and Out tools on the main 
sequencing screen. All MIDI information 
coming from the SoundEngine tracks is 
directed to the One-Stop card using 
System Exclusive (SysEx) data. 



Similarly, accessories are provided 
for connection to Blue Ribbon's 
SuperJAMI auto-composition package 
{which you'll find on a disk stuck to the 
front of this very magazine). SuperJAMI 
composes music for you, following 
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for different styles - Jazz, Soul, Rock, 
and so on. Instead of using Amiga inter- 
nal sounds, it plays the One-Stop's 
16-bit samples instead - with some 
amazing results. 



One-Stop sounds can be sequenced directly 

from Bars A Pipes Professions! 2. avoiding 

the need for a separate sequencer. 

You can even edit sounds from within BAP 

Pro 2 as well! 





One-Stop Music Shop Editor © 1992 The Blue Ribbon SoundMorks, Ltd 




sounds. If you happen 10 be using Han C*' 
PipIS hvfrssional 2, Blue Ribbon's MIDI 
sequencer (reviewed Al-Ui. FQIO r ; ). then 
using One-Stop sounds alongside MIDI 
notes is simple (sec box below). If you're 
using another sequencer, then you can 
simph connect the MIDI Out from your 
MID! interface to the MIDI In port of One- 
Stop, and bingo! You can pla\ voin 
synthesised sounds. There's a program 
.ailed IjxtpBack on the One-Stop disk 
which you run before loading your 
sequencer - this tells One-Stop to ex|>ect 
MIDI information from your interface. 

It seems as though Blue Ribbon have 
thought of everything. Theii programs 
have alwavs used similar inteilaics. and 
they are designed to be compatible with 
each other - but One-Stop is pOBlbty their 
innsi important package vet. 

The sound capabilities answer the 
pravcrs of all Amiga musicians: clean, crisp 
samples, which are easily configurable into 
the sounds you want; software which is 
simple to use for the novice, but has 
enough features for the hardened imiso. 
Then, a built-in MIDI interlace, giving you 
If. MIDI channels. 



Each button calls up 
an editing window. 
These will be familiar 
to synth veterans, 
but newcomers may 
take a short while to 
understand them - 
the manual doesn't 
provide much basic 
information 



As well as controlling 

the One-Stop card. 

the Editor enables 

you to set the system 

to be controlled from 

external MIDI equip* 

ment - keyboards and 

foot pedals. 



Incidentally. Blur RjMmhi also manu- 
la< ture a MIDI interface called Triple Play 
Phis, which gives you IS MIDI i hanncls, so 
combined with One-Slop you get 64 chan- 
nels - incrediblv powerful stuff. 

The One-Stop Music Shop brings the 
Amiga into competition with top profes- 
sional recording equipment; equalling or 
improving anvthing other machines have to 
offer. With Blue Ribbon promising further 
Music Shops, including one based on the 
amazing Kurzweil sampling keyboards, the 
Amiga's sound actually matches the excel- 
lence of Amiga video. All we need now is 
for Commodore to include it as standard in 
their next generation of mat hines. O 



Wir 1 1WJ Tta It. I — 




Blu* Ribbon's SuperJAM' 
can use One-Stop's voices 
instead of the Amiga's 
internal sounds. You know 
what SuporJAM! does - hVt 
on this issue's Coverdisk! 





Available now 



-1Jd3> 



The patches take 30 seconds to down- 
load when you switch one, but after 
that it's all speedy. 



A bit thin on the page count, but 
serves its purpose. Could do with 
more synthesis theory. 

ACCESSIBILITY i 

Easy to install and get going, highly 
configurable and compatible with all 
software tested. 



Selected sounds from all four Proteus 
sound modules, and software is pow- 
erful enough to drive it all. 

VALUE ( 

Less than the price of one Proteus 
module. Doesn't have all the sounds, 
but incredible value anyway. 



VERDICT 



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Creating stylish titles for you 

videos can really give them a 

professional touch. 

And a new program from 

innoVision is designed to do 

just that, so Richard Baguley 

finds out how much of a 

starring role it can play... 



Mont+g* is controlled through a serin of 
menus at the bottom of the screen- 






IF YOU WANT people ,„.„ -uially 
watch your videos, the first tiling to do is to 
gel them interested. This means providing 
titles that leap out ol the screen and Deal 

them around the head. Altei all. the titles 
will prohahlv he the first hit o! your latest 
mega epic they see... 

With plenty of programs such as 
TvTtxt {AI-40 Coverdisk), Saila 01 Aihmge, 
the Amiga has never heen short of ways of 
producing titles. Vou could even use a 
diawing program like DPaint, although 
this is less flexible than a dedicated pro- 
gram. Hut there's hern one thing missing 
from all ol these programs - the ability to 
produce 16-million-colour titles using the 
numerous 24-bit graphics cards available 
for the Amiga. 

Montage is designed to do exactly 
this. Although it's based around creating 
24-bit files, it can also be used on an AC1A 
machine without a graphics card. But be 
warned: ilns program requires al leasl S MI> 
of memory, and when you start creating 
large titles with complex ani- 
mations, vou will need mine. 

Montage only w<nks 
directly with two 24-bit cards: 
the OpalVision and the CAT 
IV-24. If vou have either of 
these, vou can display files 
directly from within the pro- 
gram, and run most of the 
\.iii<>iis animation eMe< is that 
conn* with it. If vou have anv 
other 24-bit card (such as the 
Retina or Piccolo II). you 
have to vive the titles out as ■ 
24-bit 1FK tiles and display them using soft- 
ware that comes with the card. Montage also 
woiks in MAMS mode on AtiA machines. 
and the quality is nearly as good as 24-bit. 

Montage ut\\\ has right fonts and it vises 
a proprietary' format which means vou 
can't use the (,oinpugraphi< or bitmap 
fonts which alKiimd in the PI). Given that 
this program is designed for creating titles 
eight fonts jusl aren't enough lot serious or 



Th* main image is not 

a true representation 

o* the final image. 

but only a quick 

preview. 




professional use. Additional lonLs are ay-ail- 
able from the programmers, and a 
program yvhieh allows you lo use PostScript 
fonts yvill be available shortly. 



5PAC6 TRAV61 




Mont.tgc is certainly 
easy to get the hang 
of. Using the program 
for the first time, this 
title page took about 
10 minutes to create. 



One you've created your titles. 
Montage can animate them. It's got 
nowhere near as many effects as Adorn gi. 
yvith 13 for AGA users. 20 for OpalVision 
cards and two for IV24 cards. The playback 
is very- smooth, even in super hi-res mode. 

There is also one serious bug in this vep 
sion (V 1.0) of the program. Montage 
defaults to certain directories 
when you try to load a new 
file. If vou want a file from 
another directory, it brings up 
a requester which ic1xk>ls the 
machine. So. vou have to copy 
all the files you need to the 
correct directories before 
starting the program. Ibis 
brings up another irritating 
aspect of the program - 
Montage turns oil multitask- 
ing, thus you can't run other 
programs at the same time. 
This program occupies a curiotis mid- 
dle ground. It has fewer animation ellet (s 
than Adorage (which yvill soon support At . \ 
modes), but it can work in lb million 
colours. Vou can't do any more with it than 
vou can with AdPro. ImageFX and some 
ARexx scripts, both of which support 
Compugraphic fonts. But it's faster to pi<»- 
ducc titles using Montage, so if speed is vital 
to vou it mav be worth the high price. 




Meridian 081-543 3500 



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£329.95 



Out now 



Even on a fast machine, it takes a 
long time to render both the images 
and the fonts. 



TmTTTTTIT 



Extremely good, with plenty of 
examples to work through, and all of 
the technical info on the program. 

ACCESSIBILITY i 

It's certainly easy to use. despite its 
quirks. Support for more graphics 
cards would have been good. 

FEATURES 

Lack of support for Compugraphic 
fonts is unacceptable. PostScript 
fonts require an extra program. 

VALUE < 

For this price, you could get hold of a 
copy of AdPro and ProControl and 
still have some change. 




* 



VERDICT 



** Useful for producing 
large numbers of 
24-bit titles quickly, 
but the lack of sup- 
port for Compugraphic 
fonts and the way 
Montage turns off 
multitasking make it 
less of a realistic 
option. Perhaps the 

next version... ** 









/T, 







185 




'* 



If you want a quicker 

Amiga, then adding Fast 

memory could speed 

things up, as Richard 

Baguley explains... 

ALTHOUGH THE A1200 

is by no means a slow machine, there 
arc limes when sour- people need. 
or even crave, more speed. II you are 
one of these speed-hun^n users, 

i hen you could well be interested in 

the latest RAM expansion ollering 
from Power Computing - the 
PCI 208 which can hold up to 8Mb of 
memory and an FPU running .it up 
to50MH/. 

Adding this son of Fast mem<>r\ 
to your A1200 will certainlv speed 
things up. because the Central 
Processing Unll and custom chips 
won't have to light for access to the 
Chip memory, 

All of the memory on the 

PC1208 is 32-bii Fast memory, which 

increases the speed more than twice 
(by 2.19 times to be precise) 
Whether this will double the speed 
of your programs is another ques- 
tion, but if a program is written to 

use Fast memory, it will certainly run 

faster with this card tilled. 



PC 1208 Memory 





Th« PCI 208 gives 
you more Fast 
memory and an 
FPU running atup 
to 50MHz 



I he PCI 208 takes its memory in 

a single SIMM slot on the bottom ol 
the <ard, so if you want to upgrade 
your card I mm 2Mb. or 4Mb. to NMb 
you'll need to replace the existing 
SIMM. Fortunately there is an easv 
solution to replacing the existing 
SIMM because Powei are planning 
to part-exchange SIMMs, although 
prices have not vet been fixed. Other 
companii ■•. - iller similar schemes. 

The i.ud can also hold a maths 

co-procestoi (either a PGA oi PLCC 

tvpe l sit there shouldn't be anv prol>- 



lem getting hold of an Moating Point 
Unit, but if the FPU is running at a 
different speed to the ('IT. you'll 
need a civstal. which plugs into the 
othei mm kel. 

The PCI 208 Memory Kxpansion 
is a very well-conMiuc led cud. with a 
clean design and at a good price. I 
would have liked to have seen 
anothei SIMM mm ket. but this isn't a 

real problem, because most dealers 

offer part exchange deals on SIMMs, 
so upgrading should not present von 
with ion nianv dilficulties. O 




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-A well-designed RAM 
card at a good price. 
Two SIMM slots would 
have been better. " 




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...And Nick veitch gives 

you the lowdown on 

CVP's new runner in the 

A1200 RAM and SCSI 

expansion stakes. 



IF THERE IS one thing that 
A 12(H) owners learn early it is that 
there is oiih one trapdoor slot, This 
means th.it whatever von decide to 
add to vour A 1 200. you are Stuck 
With it. There ma\ !«■ wac k\ 
American companies working OH a 
trapdoor doubling board, but even il 
one does appear it will require some 
inventive expansion through vour 
desk to use more than one card. 

The solution is to get everything 
on one card, and that is what (AT 
arc attempting to do in the shajx' ol 
the SCSI f RAM board. As well as a 
fairly heftv RAM expansion, it also 
features a through port ol sorts 
which is actually a SCSI Interface. 
There are mam SCSI devices avail- 
able, although the most common use 
for SCSI is as a hard disk controller. 

I he port is controlled by a cus- 
tom VLSI (Verv Luge Scale 
Integration) chip, designed and pro- 
duced l>\ GVP. Manufacturing 
custom chips of this complexity is 




1 + RAM 




The SCSI • RAM can increase the speed of a standard A WOO substantially. But if you 
want to 9«t the most out of the SCSI port, you'll need to buy an adaptor. 



not .i simple task, and il is also 
expensive, therefore the develop- 
ment ol such components In (AT 
would imply that lhe\ will continue 
to develop hardware expansions for 
the A1 200. 

I he List RAM installed on the 
card will speed up youi Amiga on its 
own, simply because all sorts ol data 
caches can be set up in areas of 
memory' which are exclusively 
accessed bv the CPU. Coupled with 
the optional liKK82 KIT this gives a 



speed increase of 2.19 times that of 
the standard A 12(H). Not bad. 

Memory expansion can run up 
to 32Mb on the card, using (A'P's 
own IliMh SIMM modules. SIMMs 
can even be mixed, as long as the 
UiMb one occupies the fust slot (and 
you make sure you have set up the 
jumpeis correctly). 

The SCSI + RAM is impressive, 
but expensive, especially Ik-cause vou 
have nt buy an adaptor to make the 

st si port in an) waj useful. O 




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should have a more 
standard connector. * 




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The A1200 simply isn't fast 

enough for some speed 

freaks. But CVP have come up 

with a solution for even the 

most processor power-hungry 

users. Nick veitch does a 

standing quarter with the 

best-value accelerator the 

A1200 has ever seen. 



WE ALL HAVE a need for speed. 
Wheihci ii is tearing tip Tarmac on your 
GP/">. r >o motorbike (on private roads ol 
ionise), waiting (or the inbe to arrive, or 

those tedious mmnies spent watching the 
video rewind, there is an urgency t<> uTe. 

You haven' I got long and you need 10 
t lain as much into your allotted years as 
possible. Nowhere does this become more 
evident ilian when you are waiting fm >OUI 
Amiga to do something. 

1 i 1 .i » (i tain extent, mnltitasking helps 
relieve die pioblem. You can always lx* 
working on votir accounts or formatting .1 
disk. 01 writing the next Hooker Prize win- 
ner while that huge Imagine file is 
rendering. Km when you multitask, what- 
evei you are waiting for lakes even longer. 
You don'l get something for nothing. 
Time spent on other tasks is time not spent 
doing the big thing von are working on. 

Hie 011K wa\ to resolve this is to DU) in 
some extra power. There are several ways 
ot increasing the speed of the basic A 1200, 
and die simplest is 10 install some Fasi 

KWI. This doesn't actually increase the 
processing speed, but it does decrease the 

time it takes to perform certain operations. 

II data is cached in Fast RAM (which is 

Onl) accessed l>\ the CI'l") instead o| Chip 
RAM, it means the CPU does not have tO 
Wail around for the custom chips to stop 
playing with the data bus. 

The next besi solution is to install a 
Floating Point Unit (FPU), or better still. 





Turbo+ 



install an FPU and some Fast RAM. There 
are many FPU and RAM 1 aids available lor 

the A 1200 and most ol them give an aver- 
age increase in speed ol about '2.:* limes 
thai of a standard A 1200. 

The best solution o! all though is to 
gel an en tire 1\ new CI'l The processoi 
family of the Motorola 68000 series goes 
from the original ftMOOO through the 010, 



MEMORY MANAGEMENT UNIT 



The 68030 chip which is installed in the A1230 is not 
really a 68030 chip at all. In fact it is a 68EC030 chip. 
What does the EC mean? Basically, the EC chips (and 
you can get ECO 20s, EC030s and EC040s now too) 
have one part of the full package missing. This part is 
called the MMU. 

An MMU is a Memory Management Unit. This is a 
component of the Central Processing Unit which allo- 
cates memory for different uses when required. This 
is not a terribly useful part of the processor from the 
Amiga's point of view, because AmigaDOS dynami- 
cally allocates memory as and when the system 
needs it anyway. 

However, there are some functions for which it 
would be useful to have an MMU. such as for using 
the development tool called Enforcer, which acts as a 
sentry to find out what AmigaDOS is up to, and uses 



the MMU unit to take a look at what's going on with- 
out disturbing the normal flow of processes. 

Another use for the Memory Management Unit is 
in running Unix. Because of the nature of the operat- 
ing system, Unix requires an MMU unit to run. 
Fortunately most Amiga owners are too clever to 
want to run Unix. 

The only thing it is very useful for. is to run 
GigaMem, the virtual memory system which makes 
your Amiga think it has more memory than it actu- 
ally has. 

There is no common use for the MMU, so most 
manufacturers decide to go for the (slightly) cheaper 
versions of the 68000 series processors which don't 
have one. If you did have an MMU, it would probably 
just sit around most of the time being a bit of a lazy 
thing anyway. 



the 020 (installed as standard in the 
AI200). the 030 (found in the A3000 and 

A 1000 030 >. the 040 (found in die 

A4000/040) and the otiu (not currendy 

available for the Amiga, and in all likeli- 
hood it never will l>e). 

As you progress through the series, 

the processors gel faster. So obvious!) an 
(I'M) is a bettei protcssoi to have in your 
machine than an 020. GVP thought so too. 
which is win the\ brought out the A 1230. 
The A J 250 has now been upgraded in 

the Al 230 Turbo* (although the older ver- 
sions arc still available) which still features 

a 68030 chip, but this one ts clocked at a 
massive 10MII/. A (aster (lock Speed 
means a fasiei machine. II vou don't 

believe us. take a look at the speed com- 
parison table - die A 1 230 is the liemi to 

the A 1000 030a Bruno. 

Installing die A 1 230 Turbot is a sim- 
ple mailer ol popping out the trapdoor 
panel and slotting the beast home. No. 

really it is that easy, The A 1 230 Turbot is 

the easiest expansion to lit inio an A 1-00 
ever. Vou won't have to resort to unscrew- 
ing everything and trying a top down 

approach. Once installed, vou can simph 



190 








An FPU: highly useful for dealing 

with complicated mathematics. 



DO I WANT FLOATING POINTS? 

There is a socket on the 
A1230 to permit the addi- 
tion of a 68881 or 68882 
chip. These chips are what 
are known as Floating Point 
Units, or FPUs. 

No, they do not make 
your Dpaint pictures go all 
funny. Floating Point refers 
to mathematical routines 
which deal with numbers 
which have both a mantissa 
and an exponent. In fact 
this is the same way in 
which most modern calculators work. They have a number 
which contains the significant part of the number (say the first 
10 digits) and an exponent which is the power of ten to which 
the number should be raised. 

As you can imagine, calculating with these numbers is a fair 
bit more involved than dealing with just integers, so it takes a 
bit more processing time to come up with the answer. Unless 
you have an FPU that is. 

The FPU spies on the instructions which are being fed to the 
main processor, the CPU. When a floating point operation comes 
along, the FPU steals it works out the answer and then feeds 
that to the CPU. Because the FPU is optimised for this sort of 
work, in fact that is its whole raison d'etre, it is able to carry 
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of the CPU's three or four cycles. 



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forget th;»i the accelerator is there. Or 
rather vou won't, because vonr life will be 
much more pleasant indeed. 

The software supplied with the 
A 1230 Turbo* is a mix of utilities for 
checking RAM and altering the processoi 
options. Or it is supposed to be. The RAM 
lest works fine, hut the processor control 
software seems to expect to find a OForce 
accelerator (the Zorro card version) and 
won't run. This is a shame, because it con- 
tains the patch for enabling Shadow ROM. 

Shadow ROM is a technique which 
involves copying all of the Amiga's 5I2K 
ROM into Fast memory. This gives a 
marginal speed increase, but it's not reallv 
worth it. Most people would rather have 
the extra RAM. 

The A 1230 Turbof can accept up to 
32Mb of Fast memory, via SIMM modules 
in either 4Mb. 8Mb or 16Mb chunks, and 
il really is advisable to get at least 4Mb of 
RAM when you buy the unit. Amusingly 
enough, if you have no Fast RAM at all. the 
A1230 Turbo+ is only 98 per cent as fast as 
a plain A1200... £> 



HOW AN A1200 WITH A GVP A1230 TURBOS- 
COMPARES WITH THE COMPETITION 





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Imagine 


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benchmark 


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1284 


1 


640 


1 


218 


1 


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2S14 


2.19 


453 


141 


84 


240 


A1200 Turbo 


6227 


4.85 


188 


3.80 


47 


348 


A4000/030 


4232 


3.30 


355 


1.80 


63 


4.64 



Notes: 

1. These figures are for an A1200 with FPU and 4Mb Fast RAM, 
since it is virtually impossible to get an FPU without a RAM option. 

2. This is a quickrender from Imagine INT, not the FPU versions. 

If the FPU version had been used, the figures for the A1200 with FPU would obviously be a lot better. 

3. A graduated line fill on a complicated image. 

The speed up with FPU is actually more due to the addition of Fast RAM. 




Available now 



As fast as an A1200 gets. The 
unofficial speed trials yielded a 
performance of 6.5 MIPs. 

MANUAL I 

A well-written guide, keep it around, 
you'll need to know the jumper set- 
tings if you install more RAM. 

ACCESSIBILITY I 

Incredibly easy to use, just bung it in 
the slot and off you go. You don't 
really need to install the software. 



Decent RAM support, FPU option, 
very fast - if only the CPU software 
worked it would be perfect. 

VALUE 

It does seem expensive, but you have 
made your A1200 faster than the 
A4000/030 for a fraction of the price. 



VERDICT 



*• Turbo* is a silly 
name - Turbonutter 
would have been much 
more apt. Mow you can 
show up all those 
people who went out 
and bought an 
A4000/030, but on the 
other hand, it's so 
quick there'll be less 
time for cups off tea. ** 







191 



No-holds-barred comparisons between competing products, 
like the December issue's cover teature on colour scanners, 
to ensure you get the very best for your money 



A cover disk packed with the latest utilities and applications 
to help you use your Amiga for maxmimum productivity, and 
not just as a games machine 

Amiga Answers - your real-life Amiga questions - whether 
they be trivial or complex - answered by our panel of 
experts, in the biggest and most comprehensive problem- 
solving forum of its type in any Amiga magazine 

Regular tutorials on programming - AMOS, ARexx and C - to 
show you how to create great applications for yourself 

Tutorials on video, telecommunications, graphics, AmigaDOS 
and more, every month 

Hard-hitting, in-depth reviews that tell you what software 
and hardware products really have to offer 

A news section that not only informs you about forthcoming 
releases and industry moves, but also analyses their 
implications for the Amiga market as a whole 

Tips for the advanced programmer. We won't leave you high 
and dry once you've learnt the basics - we'll show you the 
little-known techniques that the pros use 

Reviews of the latest public domain software, helping you to 
get the most for the least 



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Richard Baguley checks 
out two new CDs. The first 
is packed with games, 
demos and utilities... 



THIS MIXED BAG < 

dcmOS, games, clipatt images .nid 

samples contains thousands of pro- 
grams, Utilities and piec t's ol artwork. 

so .is you would expect, the quality 

vai ies immensch 

I here are more than 70 demos, 
• hi the disc, I"'! unfortunately all of 

t 

the i lassie ones are missing. None ol 
this year's top I" demos an* present 
(see Demo Zone, page 218), and 

man) ol ihc ours thai arc included 
are nol overlv inspiring. This ma\ 
have something to do with 

Almathcra's decision not to feature 
any demo ili.u contains bad lan- 
guage, which instant!) eliminates 
well over half of those released. 

Fortunately, Ihere i-- far more to 

the disc than just demos. There are 

more than 2.000 SoundT^acker songs 
which you can load and edit using 



II CD 




<>ne ol the mam versions ol 
Strand I recta included on the disc. 
The diM also contains hundreds of 
dipari images, more than 100 I'D 
games and ovei l>,<MHl samples. Not 

everything is ol i high standard, hut 

(here are enough peaiK among the 
swine to make this a worthwhile col- 
let ihhi. Among the high points are 

the excellent ttistfctoids 2 game and a 



number ol scanned photos ol flow- 
ers. All ol the ( Itparl is held in HAM. 
AGA and 24-bit lot mat. 

With so main files, finding a par- 
ticular image, song Ol sample can Ik 1 
a real struggle and rinding pic tines is 

even worse. Although this is undeni- 

abh a greal source disc . it is lei down 

bv the lad that it's so difficult to find 

your \\ t i\ around it. O 




DESCRIPTION 

Public Domain Compact Disc 

MANUFACTURER 

Almathera Systems 



Almathera Systems 
081-687 0040 



£19.95 



VERDICT 



M Although there's a huge 
collection of files, finding 
the ones you want can be 
a real struggle. m 







Multimedia 

...And the second is full of 
graphics, ranging from 
Old Masters to the Signs 
of the zodiac. 




LIKE THE ALMATHERA 

disc reviewed above, this CD-ROM is 

designed to aci a** a source disc for 
people who want to create their own 
multimedia programs, or simply foi 
those* who jusi want eas) access to a 
\vw graphic s 

The disc contains a wide selec- 
tion ol images (in HAM. HAMS and 
'J4-bit toimat). a large collection ol 
songs (mostly SmiiulTiarkrr ones), as 
well as about L'.tHM) samples of sub- 
jects ranging from animals to 

w<apons. examples ol black and 

white. < oloui \u\t\ EPS clipart on SUD- 
in ts ranging horn aire i .til to Signs of 
the Zodiac mm\ main utilities. 

Also included on the disc is the 
Muitintedia Tiwlkit program, which 
enables von to examine the various 
tvpes ••! Hie on the disc with onl\ a 
lew mouse iluks. There is a good 
range ol useful Hies, hut there are 




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The Multimedia Toolkit contains a wide selection of images in HAM. HAMS and 24-bit 
mod*. This once is Venus Rising by Italian Renaissance artist Botticelli. 

the toolbox program to access the 
data on the disc, and you can't get to 
Workbench at all without using an 



two serious omissions: ParNet and 
Workbench. II ParNet had been 
included you could access the disc 
from another machine via a special 
lead in the parallel pen I. It is still pos- 
sible to run ParNet, bui you will need 

an external ilopp\ drive connected 
toyoui CDTV. 

The absence* oi Workbench 
means that vou're restricted to using 



external lloppy drive or an existing 

ParNet link. 

There are some good files on the 
disc, but it's not as well put together 
as the Almathera I I) titles, which 
makes getting to the good bits an 

unnecessarily complex process. 



MULTIMEDIA TOOLKIT 




Public Domain Compact Disc 

MANUFACTURER 

Weird Science 

DISTRIBUTOR 

Weird Science, 

1 Rowlandson Close, 

Brackenfield Chase, 
Leicestershire 114 2Sf 



£19.95 



VERDICT 



" A wide selection of 
images, but it's a shame 
that Workbench and 
ParNet are not included. 



^3 





WIN! 





Welcome to Part One! 

Power have kindly given us a beautiful Epson 
GT6500 colour scanner to give away, but it's 
ever so expensive, so we're going to make 
you work for It. This Is a three-part compo: 
three more questions next month and more, 
plus full rules of entry, with part three! 

The Questions 



i 



2 



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colours which produce white when ml 
In 1 OO per cent proportions of each? 

a) Red, green, blue 

b) Cyan, magenta, yellow 

c) Red, blue, yellow 



is a 24-bit scanner, 
"bit" was formed by 

ing two « 



The Epson 
The compute 
joining and ■ 
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r t< 

the 



a) Binary two 

b) Binary time 

c) Binary digit 



3 



measurement i 

ilng resolutii 



used to 



What unit of 
determine sc 

a) DIP 

b) DPI 

c) CPI 



A reminder 

Remember, save those answers carefully and 
look out for Part 



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Compare this to AutoCAD, and 
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Never before has the Amiga 
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Never before has the Designer 
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XCad harnesses the incredible 
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The XCad range starts from as 
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Soccer Kid 


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Castles 2 


£29.99 


Space Hulk 


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£16.99 


F117A Stealth 


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Genesia 

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James Pond 3 

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AMIGA CD 32 



4D Sports 
Chaos Engine 
Genesis 

Golden Collection 
James Pond 2 
Liberation 
Oscar 

Sensible Soccer 
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29.99 


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With the recent launch of Blitz Basic 2, AMOS 

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it's not out for the count quite yet. Jason 

Holborn takes a look at a new extension that 

could put AMOS back on to its feet. 



FOR MANY YEARS amos has 

ruled die BASIC programming language 
market with the sort ol monopoh dial 
British Rail would Im- proud of. But now 
with th<- nlease of Acid Software's brilliant 
/{///; Basic 2 their leadership has been chal- 
lenged. In the battle for suprcmai \. AMOS 
hasccrtainlv taken more than its Ian sh.ue 

of blows io the chin - lack of intuition and 

AtiA support have botli l»een contributing 
factors to its poor performance. But just 
when it seemed thai AMOS was out for the 
count, it has received a much-needed 

boost in the form ol Or?// from Bla< k 
legend Sol I ware. 

Croft is an extension for AMOS that 

adds more than 160 new commands to the 

existing t A/OS instruction set. L'nlike most 

AMOS extensions, Craft works with both 

\MOS ( Jawu (the original \MOS) and 

AMOS Professional Many AMOS extensions 

don't work with \M(fS fiof.-wioruil so it's 
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sure thai all \ MOS um-i s < an benefit li siill 
won't work with Easy AMOS, but then 
dial's more a failing of Easy AMOS than a 
lack ol vision from Black legend. 

With Ixnh AMOS Clasut and AMOS 
Professional being sold so cheaply these 
days. Easy AMOS ownm should take advan- 
tage of these price cms while ihev can. 

So what is ( raft capable of? Short foi 

Colours, Requester, Audio. Fractals and 
Turtle. Craft is a multipurpose extension. 
That is. its command set addresses more 
than one area ol program development, 
unlike Mime extensions which tend to con- 
centrate on one aspect ol coding. 

Solaris (the Finnish, and original, 
developers ol < m/tt have attempted to pt«>- 
vide AMOS programmers with a wide 
selection ol new and improved commands 
which cover areas that are cilhci not 
addressed bv the basic AMOS command 
set. oi are simply ignored. 

I he ("ill syslem consists ol iwo .lib 
extension files that need to be installed on 
to your AMOS program disk in oidei lor 



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graphics. 



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AMOS to access them. Thanklullv this is 
handled automatically using a well-pre- 
sented Install menu which not on I) copies 

aooss the two Tiles, hut also automatically 

changes your AMOS luterpieti i t <>nfig # 

file and even manages 10 create a disk 
pat ked full of demonstration programs !<>i 
von io pla\ aiound with. 

When attempting to install Croft on to 
an AI200, I encountered a Feu copy pro- 

le< lion problems with the ie\iew samples 

we were sent. However, hl.uk Legend 
.issuie me that lhe\e problems have now 

been rectified, thus you should be spared 

the heatl.u he (hat I had lo sullei . 



< mi i installed, you ran start using the 
extra commands which Craft supplies sim- 
pl\ b) loading up your cop) ol AMOS. If 
everything runs smoothly, AMOS should 
inform you thai two extra extensions have 
been loaded. Before you nan playing 

around with the commands, it is worth 
taking (he Mine to load up the demonstra- 
tion programs bundled with the package 

ihev adequate l\ illustrate what Craft is 

i apabfe of. 

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Mandelbrot and Julia fractal set demon- 
strations which use the Fractal <ommands 
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Need a fancy colour selector In your programs? 
Incorporating this little beauty Into your own 
AMOS programs is child's play. 

i ontrol drawing operations In issuing com- 
mands such as Turn 50 (degrees) Oi Move 
*M) (units) lo an invisible pen, known as a 
luillr. pAsentialh (his gives you simple 

control over a polai co-ordinate system ol 

• hawing graphic 

The Cray} commands are virtually iden- 
tical to i he Turtle graph n s lutili in i<i mosl 
modern dialects of l-<>g" (including 

Commodore's version), although the syn- 
tax is somewhal different, so don't expect 
to be able to port code straight ai ross into 
AMOS, However. Logo itsell was used pri- 
maril) .is an education tool, so there is no 
reason why the Croft extension cannot 1m* 

UM-d in exacth the same MH 

Craft includes a numbei «»l faciliUcs 

which have already made theii way into 
the haste AMOS instniction x*t. such as 
having the ability to play Sound Vmrkrr mod 
format songs. Although the original AMOS 



stunning images. Developnt Solans also 
include the same programs written in 
native AMOS code jnsi to demonstrate how 
fast its own fractal routines really are - 
believe me, they're last. The range of frac- 
tal commands on oiler is Impressive, hut if 

Solaris were gi nng to support this area a( 
all it would have been better il Crafi cov- 
ered the lull range ol fractal graphic 
generation - in particular, a fractal land- 
scape generatoi would have been useful. 

A major addition to Graffs graphic 
drawing arsenal is its I utile graphii s < om- 
inands. These work hv enabling you to 



This familiar spiral 
effect demonstrates 
what you can do 
with Cr*tt% Turtle 
graphics. 




m With Craft Black Legend have definitely made 
a step in the right direction. A very powerful exten- 
sion for AMOS, it makes writing any application in 
AMOS considerably easier * 



did not support mod loriuat. Kuroprev. 
lorreited this with the release of AMOS 
version I. ?■/. 

Croft adds two new hums of requester 

to iMOS- the good old Kei overahle Ali-il 
(a bit like a Guru message but without the 
lata! consequences) and - best ol all - a 
highly < I uiligui -able ( )K ( ian< el-stvle 
requester, which should have been built 
Into AMOS years ago. I his makes writing 

applications a whole lot easiei . 

A /J/'ivmf-likc colour requester acces- 
sor) is also included with Craft which 
demonstrates its powerful colour handling 
(oiiimands althcnigh. suiphsmglv, this is 

not built into the i omnuuid set. 

Craft is a ver) pOWeilu! cxtrii\ion lo! 
AMOS that makes the task ol writing appli- 
cations in AMOS considerably easier. 

However, its downfall is that it doesn't 
include proper intuition support, support 

lor the new rVGA screen types or fastei boh 

and icon drawing commands. Hut. these 
gripes aside. Craft makes a definite step in 
the right direction. It may not In* the one- 
stop solution that Mack Legend were 

hoping to produce, but it is definitely the 

t losest thing so far. 

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on Amiga Format 52 hasn't yet tempted 
you awav from working with AMOS, ilu-n 
' ■</// could be the product to rewatd vour 
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DESCRIPTION 

AMOS Language Extension 

MANUFACTURER 

Solaris 

DISTRIBUTOR 

Black Legend Software 0727 868005 



£25.99 



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All of Craft's commands are written 
in Assembler and so they rattle along 
much faster than equivalents written 
in conventional AMOS code. 

MANUAL 

All the information you need is there 
and what's more it's very easy to 
find. What more could you ask for? 

ACCESSIBILITY 

If you find the commands hard 
going, Craft includes a massive selec- 
tion of demonstration programs. 



Craft is comprehensive, although 
some of the commands are rather 
too specialised. 

VALUE i 

A powerful piece of software 
at a very reasonable price for 
most AMOS admirers. 




VERDICT 




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CLE4? COMPOSITION Photograph Tutorial disk t disk 3 50 
CLE43 AMOS LANGUAGE OuiZ Helps learn Amos i disk 3 50* 
CLE44 PORTRAITURE 2nd photo tulonai progiam 1 disk 3 50* 
CLE45FUN WITH CUBBY 2 Another 7 tabids games 1 t disk 3 50* 
CLE46 BAStC HUMAN ANATOMY Good tor education 1d*sk 3 50 • 
CLE47 SEA SENSE L earn a* about boaUM d«a3 50 * 
CLE4B ROCKET MATHS Easy maths Kk k>ds« t d*k 3 SO * 
CLE50 DRATV2 4 Runecaster* Translator needs t 5#ng 2 ***** 50* 

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CLU03 TYPING TUTOR Full Typing course Com« on t Osk 3 50 * 
CLU04 ALPMAGRAPH for producing Bar & pie chans etc' 3 50 • 
CLU05 5 A 5 MENU MAKER make your own menu s 1 disk 3 50 * 
CLU07 philO Simple lo use database system i d<tk 3 50 * 
CLU0B WORD FiNDER crossword & anagram sotver a 2 d>sk$ 4 50* 
CLU09 PLAY a RAVES Music module linker 2 d*fct 4 50* 
CLU10 POWER ACCOUNTS account statements, income *tct 3 50 * 
CLUil CALC Vi very useful spreadsheet program" 1 disk 3 50 * 
CLU12 virtual WINDOWS Notebook Address booketct disk 3 50 * 
CLU13DATOS A powerful database, many features id*sk350 * 
CLU14 STOCK CONTROLLER ***p tiack of stocks' 1 **> 3 SO ♦ 
CLU15 EPOCH VI calendar tor Amtga 1299 yr diary 1 dmk3 50 • 
CLU^e CROSS STiTCH good needlework program t ovsk 3 50 • 
CLU17LC10 FONTS Nc«lonts lor Star LCtOpmiafM drt> 3 50 - 
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CLU20 CANON BJ10 Super Fonts to* Cannon Bubbieie t 1MM350* 
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CCU28 CREATIVE ADVENTURE TOOLKIT Needs imbchjp 350* 
CLU29 G F x Graphics convenors, spnte editors etc t disk 3 50* 
CLU30 DRAW SELECTOR V2 pools predion program 1 cksk 3 50* 
CLU31 FLOWCHARTER For crealion of flowcharts* 1 disk 3 50* 
CLU32 POWERTEXT V2 Powerful word processor* 1 disk 3.50 * 
CLU33 AM TUITION Create WB3 took A feel Amos progs Idr&k 3 50* 
CLU34 IMAGE DOCTOR Vt Image procesing software 1 disk 3 50 * 

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CLG08 DRAGON TILES Superb vers*on very addictive ' l d*sk D 50 * 
CLGQ9 MOTOR DUEL great 3d car raong game 1d<sk3 50* 
CLGti ALL GUNS BLAZING 2 p*ayar Overhead vie* 1 0>sk 3 50 < 
CLG12 BULLDOZER BOB Clear so»en 01 Wocks' 1 disk 3 50* 
CLG13 PARADOX Another good pu«k>gam«' l <*sk35G * 
CLGt4 SONJC 5MARTIEHEAD Ctaiy puttorm game 1 1 *w 3 50 - 
CLG15 SPLODGE THE ESCAPE puuW (Mlormer l d>Sk 3 50* 
CLG16 CRYSTAL MA2E A super pu^e game* 1 «k 3 50 * 
CLGtT 1MBR1UM Eiei&ent g'aph< adventure' 1 *sk 3 50» 
CLGtSSKAN 29 Gu*deS«d through 220 Revets 1 1 <tek 3 50 * 
CLGt9 STELLAR ESCAPE Vertical shoot em up 1 3 disks 4 99 * 
CLG20 JUNGLE BUNGLE Nice adventure game* 1 0>sfc 3.50 * 
CLG21 FLOWER POWER Gro before the bugs eat themt Osk 3 50* 
CLG22 SPARX STOCKING FILLERS Xmas games 1 disk 3 50 * 
CLG23 MARVIN THE MARTIAN A maze type game. 1 dish 3 50,* 
CLG24 EASY MONEY tfwt machine Simulator* (Notdos2or 3)3 50 
CLG2S WHITE RABBITS This rs a good puHle game' 1 desk 3 50 * 
CLG26 MONSTER ISLAND Dungeon Master game 1 1 d<sk 3 50 * 
CLG28 TIME RIFT Game played over 4 t*me lones 1 1 dtsk 3 50 • 
CLG29 BILLY BALL Good 3d isometric game' t d^sk 3 50 * 
CLG30 CAPTAIN K Nee platform game* 1 d<Sk 3 50 * 
CLG31 DIRTY RACKETS 3 tennrs games on here' 1 Smgldtsk 3 50 * 
CLG32 7 BLOCKS stop the fafcng btocaa' 1 dak 3 50* * 
CLG33 BAT O ROONS 2 piaye« bat A ban game 1 (hsk 3 50* 
CLG34 CYBERNET Seaways sco^flg snoot em up 1 ask 3 SO* 
CLG35 OG Preftrator< caveman rescues grfnerv)' 1 r>sk 3 50 * 
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which transfers the colours from a wax- 
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heating the print head. This melts the 
wax and then transfers the colour to the 
paper. Although this process is certainly 
nothing new. it has previously been 
extremely expensive, with printers costing 
more than £1,000. 

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stripes, but the ribbons for the SJ-144 use a 
different system. Thev are divided into sec- 
lions, each containing one of the four 
primary colours - Cvan. Magenta, Yellow 
and Black. The image is [dinted in four 
passes, and the ribbon is wound on after 
each pass to a different colour section. It 
sounds odd. but it works. Unfortunately, 
it's a rather slow process, and means this 
printer is slower than the Canon BJC-600 
reviewed in A/' last month, which is able to 
print all four colours in one pass, because 
it has four separate print heads. 

On the other hand, the SJ-144 has a 
wider printer head than most printers, 
which means it can print just under three 
lines of normal sized text with one pass of 
the print head. Therefore printing black 
and white text or images is significantly 
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the SJ-144 can print several lines at once, 
meaning that fewer passes are required to 
complete the page. 

Star distribute the cut down version of 
Wolf FausLs* l*nnt .S/u/n'o with all their print- 
ers, and as pail of the software there is a 
driver designed for use with the SJ-144. 

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at the rear of the machine, which can hold 
around 30 sheets, depending on the thick- 
ness ol the papei I'apei tan also be led in 
through the rear of the machine, which 
enables you to prim on thicker paper. 

The quality of die output is excellent, 
with strong bright colours and solid blacks. 
You need to be a bit careful about what 
sort of paper vou use, because it doesn't 
much like thin or bumpy paper. 

You should also bear in mind the cost 
of running the Star printer. Star quote a 
figure of 24.5 pages for each colour rib- 
bon, but this will be significantly less if 
you're printing large images or ones with 
lots of black in them. With each ribbon 
costing around 114. you are looking at a 
figure of at least 50p per page ol colour 
printing, although this will vary with the 
amount of priming required for each 
page. Black ribbons cost around til. and 
last significantly longer. 

Overall. I'm extremely impressed with 
diis printer, and it's good to see an afford- 
able printer using this previoush expensive 
technique. The image quality is excellent, 
but the cost of running this printer could 
put people off. It compares well with the 
BJC-600, but the Canon bubblejet prints 
slighdy faster. In terms ol quality, there is 
relatively little to choose between the two. 
with boih printers giving the same resolu- 
tion. The Star performs slightly better with 
images with large areas of black, because 
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The documentation is well written 
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easily accessible. 

ACCESSIBILITY 

The bundled printer driver software 
ensures that there won't be any has- 
sles getting up and printing. 



This machine produces excellent 
results with strong clear colours and 
solid blacks. 

VALUE • 

It's not cheap, and with colour 
ribbons costing £14 each, it's not 
going to be cheap to run. 



VERDICT 



** One of the smallest 
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The Panasonic KX-P2023 dot matrix printer 

offers good quality black and white printing, but 

do you really need a black and white printer? 

PRINTING CAN BE a health haz- 
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printers has been known to drive dogs wild 
and In wake llie dead, especial !\ when 
you're printing out the latest draft of your 
500 page novel about lite and death in a 
grim northern town, 

Panasonic's latest ottering foi the 
ever— hungry printer market is the KX- 
P2023. a 24-pin black and while printer 
with a Super Quiet mode. In terms of 

hardware, it's fairt) standard, weighing in 
at around five kilograms. It's about 13cm 
high, although die optional sheet feeder 
adds about another IScm to this. The 
sheet feeder is an optional extra, although 
if you get a move on and bin your printer 
before the vm\ ol |)e<einl>ei ihis year, 
then you'll get it free. 

Included with this printer is a special 
driver written b\ Amiga printer guru Woll 
Faust. As well as all the usual control Ovei 
the print density, ilithei patterns, and the 
suchlike, the drivel alio enables you to 
i -oiitrol the single sheet feeder and to put 
the printei into Super (jiiict mode. 

Although this mode is quieter than 
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in a high-pin lied whining noise sort of 
way which all users of dm matrix printers 
will be familial with. This is especially true 
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eter when printing text. I sing this Super 
Quiet mode also slims down printing sig- 
nificantly, so you have to decide which is 
must impoit.mt: miickei printing or your 
ears and sanity. 

The quality of the output is good, with 
solid blacks and a controllable dlthei 
meaning that even graphics, which nor- 
mally look weak on a 24-pin printer, look 
good although a fair amount of fiddling 
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This is some test text printed out on 
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the Prestige 1 Font, one of the five 

built into the machine. What do you 

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and can be nearly eliminated with some 

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ol sizes are built into the printer 

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Script). Text printing is reasonably fast. 
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pounds more, and the decreasing price 
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DESCRIPTION 

24-pin Dot Matrix Printer 

MANUFACTURER 

Panasonic 

DISTRIBUTOR 

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£282 



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Reasonably fast, but putting it into 
quiet mode does slow things down 
considerably. 



No specific Amiga information, but 
all the technical gen is present cor- 
rect and well written. 

ACCESSIBILITY 

The Amiga driver gives you full con 
trol over the printer, including 
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The Super Quiet feature does cut 
down on the noise level, but not to 
the extent I would have liked. 

VALUE 

Not bad value, but with plenty of 
colour 24-pin printers available for 
only a few quid more... 



VERDICT 



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CYMOSTIC 

Il you hadn't noticed, you arc being invaded m 
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MOTOROLA 
INVADERS 2 
AGA 



GAME 



I must admit that the original Motorola Invaders 
passed me by. but that doesn't stop this being an 
excellent game. As you may have guessed, it bears 
a certain resemblance to the classic arcade game 
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are trying to get to the bottom of the screen, and 
thus invade your computer. It's your task to blast 
them into oblivion. 

On the first level, they zoom around randomly, 
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The title screen from Motorola Invaders, which bears a 
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name, this game will only work on AGA machines 
(the A1200 and A4000). but the author (Martin 
Rebas from Sweden) has done a good job of using 



Get on to level three and you have to face this rather 
nasty invader who takes a lot of shots to destroy. 

the extra power of the AGA chipset to create 
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CLR 

PowerText is, as you would expect a word proces- 
sor. However, it differs from most in that it only 
costs £3.50, instead of the usual £90 or so. Created 
by AMOS veteran Gary Stimson PowerText is an 
impressive bit of programming. It boasts many 
powerful functions and is designed for producing 
printed documents. 

The most useful part of the program is the abil- 
ity it gives you to insert commands into a 
document in a similar way as you do with Protext 
These commands control the printer, and can set 
font size and justification. These commands don't 
affect the screen representation of your document 
so the program is certainly not a WYSIWYG (What 
You See ts What You Get) word processor. But with 
a bit of planning and a few practice runs. 




Careful where you point that Stlx! You could have 
somebody's eye out with that! 

zrro. So, you move your Slix around with yotu 
mouse* controlling one end, while the oilier moves 
randomly. Anything that gels between the two 
noiui.s is zapped. To make matters a hit more 
tricky, the Entity attacks you in multiple parts, 
Mime nl' which take more ili.m one zap to destroy. 
If anv pan of the Entity gels to the wall, it will 
drain some of your energy and once that falls to 
zero, it's goodnight Vienna. 

Entity is a last, complex and frustrating blast- 
em-tip without the blast. IVrhaps thai should l>c a 
zap-em-up. Anyway, we mentioned this game in 
PD Update way back in April, but the author has 
rewritten it so it's faster, and now works pioperlv 
on A 1 200 and A4000s. He's also working on the 
AGA version, which should be out next year. 



OCTATUTOR 



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Using yotu Amiga to make music can Ik* a com- 
plex business, and powerful programs such its 
(hiaSUJ) can be a touch difficult to get to flips 
with. So. anything that makes it easier to work out 
what's going on in these programs can't be bad. 




Octeruror claims to show you around the bells end whis- 
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PowerText is an extremely capable and effective word 
processor, and It will only cost you a measly C3.50. 

PowerText can produce excellent results. It's cer- 
tainly not going to replace the best commercial 
word processor programs such as Wordworfh or 



PowerText even includes a useful spell checker, 
although the dictionary is a little limited. 

Final Copy, but for producing simple documents 
PowerText is an extremely capable and highly 
effective tool. 




Unfortunately, the well-intentioned programmers 
have i realed .i disk thai is onh "I liinihd use ["he 
program is designed to show a new user around 
OitaMIil) (up to version 3). but it fails on one seri- 
ous count. BcCattlK the author wrote the program 
using AMOS, it can't multitask, which means that 
you can't read a section in the tutorial. Mick over 
into OctnMtJ) to try something out. and then flick 
back to the tutorial. 



You could get round this i.ilher annoving problem 
by printing out the 20 or so screens which form 
the tutorial, but this is hardly an ideal solution to 
the problem. 

The author obviously knows a lot about using 
OittiMIJ), as the live songs included on the disk 

show, lis just a pity thai this knowledge is pre- 
sented in a manner which makes it difficult to gel 
the most out of it. 1? 



THIS YEAR'S TOP lO GAMES & UTILITIES 

We've seen hundreds of PD games and utilities over the year, and there's a wealth of programs out there 
to enrich your Amiga-using life in every way you can imagine. Here's our pick of the year... 




1 LYAPUMOV (NBS 13/U3) 

Fractals may be a bit passe, but this program uses 
a weird bit of mathematics to produce stunning 
organic fractal images. 

2 GRAPEVINE 

A consistently witty 
and useful disk 
magazine. 
Grapevine has 
become one of the 
mainstays of the 
Amiga community. 
Long may it con- 
Grapevine is the best of the tinue to thrive. 
many disk magazines. 

3 REND 24 (CYNOSTIC UOOIO) 
tt* s not as powerful as Art Department 
Professional, but for processing images and ani- 
mations. Rend 24 a very useful program, as you'd 
expect from one of the authors of imageFX. 

4 VIEWTEK 

For Workbench 2 or above, this remarkably flexi- 
ble file viewer can even view iPEG and GIF files. 

5 NUMERIX 

This, erm, 'Scrabblesque' game involves putting 
differently shaped pieces on to a board, covering 
squares which give you a number of points. 

6 PARBENCH 

An excellent utility for connecting together two 
Amigas via their parallel ports. As used in the 




office for connect- 
ing a CDTV to an 
A2000. 

7 DIRTY 



(CLR DISK 
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Nostalgia is alive 
and kicking in this 
excellent update of 
the popular early tennis and football games. 



Dirty Rackets is a top ten blast 
from the sporting past. 



8 TOOL MANAGER (FRED FISH 
872 & 873) 

One of the elite few PD programs that has found 
its way on to my own hard disk. It adds programs 
to the Workbench Tools menu, or adds Docks to 
your Workbench screen. 



Turns your shiny new machine into a grotty old 
one, so you can run older software. 



10 

OCT AM ED 

The most powerful 
and easy-to-use 
music program on 
the Amiga, 
although 

ProTracker is a seri- 
ous challenger. 




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John VeldthulY rather excellent Virus Checker program, 
which is currently up to version 6.33. is just one of your 
allies in the battle against viruses. 

IS A rare* and fortunate Amiga user who 
has never been struck by a virus. These rogue pro- 
grams, such .is Hyir Hamlit and the Crime Virus, OU1 
hide on an infected machine and emerge at a pre- 
determined lime to do something extremely nasty, 
"litis can range from changing vour mouse pointer 
to overwriting a random part of your hard disk 
and possibly destroying all the data held their 
Whatever it doe*, a virus will cause you problems. 

Fortunately, there is a solution. Programs such 
as Virus Chrrkrr and \7n/sXcan lw run in the back- 
ground on vour machine, and will check for an) 
\ hum's i\hu h are hiding on votii \miga. rhe\ will 
also check even new disk vou insert to make sine 
that nothing unpleasant is linking on it. Boih of 
these programs are regularly upgraded, and they 
are widch available as Freeware. 

Sale Hex International (SHI) lias been at the 
forefront of the battle against viruses since 1990. 
but it's onI\ recently that a I'K branch of the 
organisation has opened. SHI is run by Paul 
Browne, who participates in anti-vims efforts with 
the other branches of the organisation around the 
world, including the head oil ice in Denmark, run 
b\ Krik Lovendhal Sorenson. 

Safe Hex International concentrates on pro- 
ducing The New Supcrkiilers, a disk containing 
the most up-to-date versions of the best anti-virus 
programs. This comes in iwo versions for 
Workbench 1.3 and Workbench 2 and above 

users. It's upgraded regularly, and part of the 
inonev made from the disk goes to the authors "I 
the programs, and towards the campaign to raise- 
awareness of what viruses are and how to prevent 
them spreading. 

Sill olleis a reward of SI, (MM* for information 
leading to the conviction ol vims programmers, 
and ihe\ aie turreiitly working with the police on 



VIRUS UPDATE 

One of the newest viruses likely to be encoun- 
tered by Amiga users is the Crime Virus, which 
has two strains (CRIME and CRIME**). It's not yet 
clear exactly what this virus does or how it is 
triggered, but it's likely to do something nasty. 

This virus appears to be able to infect data 
files and turn them into infected executable 
files. This caused some panic when a recent ver- 
sion of Virus Checker (6.31) falsely reported that 
files compressed with the utility Powerpacker 
were infected, and proceeded to try and remove 
the virus, damaging the files in the process. 

Unfortunately, this damage was not easily 
repaired, and many people lost important files. 
Later versions of Virus Checker do not detect the 
Crime Virus, and Safe Hex International recom- 
mend that you use VirusZ version 3.07 to deal 
with this unpleasant virus. 































Virus Writers beware! Somebody is out to get you. Richard Baguley looks 
at how Safe Hex International are taking on the virus programmers. 





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